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  • April 10, 2021
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Paris Saint-Germain may have produced a stunning performance to defeat Bayern Munich in midweek, but their form in Ligue 1 is far less impressive.

The French giants are in danger of surrendering their crown for the first time in four years with Lille six points clear of their rivals at the summit.

Neymar was given his marching orders against the league leaders last weekend as Mauricio Pochettino’s men fell to a 1-0 defeat at the Parc des Princes.

A deflected effort from Canada international Jonathan David settled the contest, while Neymar and Lille defender Tiago Djalo were both dismissed after the pair clashed late on.

PSG have seven matches remaining to dethrone Lille, but Pochettino’s men have the chance to make up some ground when they Strasbourg on Saturday.

PSG’s defeat to Lille makes the fact they stunned Bayern at the Allianz Arena just three days later all the more strange, with Kylian Mbappe hitting a deadly double to secure an impressive 3-2 victory over the Champions League holders.

Lille have proved to be this season’s surprise package this season and, somewhat unsurprisingly, a host of their players are now reported targets for English clubs.

From Eden Hazard to Nicolas Pepe, a host of big names have moved to the Premier League from the French club in the past and more look likely to follow.

But who are they and where could they go? has identified the Lille stars who could transfer to the Premier League this summer….

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