Ever since Nasser al-Khelaifi and Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) completed his purchase of PSG back in 2011, the Ligue 1 outfit has been one of the most talked about football clubs in the game.
The Parisians have gone onto to achieve absolute dominance in France since they began flexing their financial muscles, winning pretty much every piece of silverware on offer domestically barring the odd hiccup.
Ligue 1 gets a fair bit of criticism and is often referred to as a 'farmers league' and even though PSG will obviously never admit that, it's evident that their ambitions have long outgrown the domestic game.
Supporters and senior officials have made it clear that their no.1 objective is to lift the UEFA Champions League for the first time. No French side has done this since Marseille back in 1993 which highlights the challenge that they have on their hands.
PSG have one of the most well paid, star studded squads in world football but for whatever reason they just can't get it right in Europe. Now in their 8th year since the astronomical QSI investment, they've never made it further than the quarter-finals of the competition and things aren't right at the club at the moment.
The ridiculous wages, number of egos and in particular the signing of Neymar has led to "celebrity behaviour" at the club. Players are undermining management, the club and the fans and it's led to al-Khelaifi sending out a stark warning.
When talking to France Football, he claimed "I do not want to have any celebrity behaviour anymore. Players will have to assume their responsibilities even more than before.
“It must be completely different. They will have to do more, work more.
“They are not here to please themselves. If they do not agree, the doors are open. Ciao!”
A big threat to the current PSG stars and it seems to be directed at Neymar in particular, who's erratic behaviour has made him something of a target for criticism and rightly so.
He's been involved in a number of high profile incidents since joining from Barcelona, but recently hit out at a fan after the Parisians were beaten by Rennes in the Coupe de France final. Which led to him being slapped with a three game ban by the French Football Federation, whilst also being stripped of the Brazil captaincy, simply not good enough for someone so high profile as him.
Last year saw them win just the Ligue 1 title which you'd think isn't good enough for a club like PSG, but it was enough for Thomas Tuchel to be handed a new deal. He has a job on his hands managing all these egos but it appears that he has the full backing of the board which is very important, as it could take a lot of time of get the dressing room functioning properly.