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PSG-Real Madrid: Beckham, Anelka, Di María among those to cross le divide

David Beckham

The former England captain played for Madrid between 2003 and 2007 before a brief loan spell in the French capital in 2013.

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David Beckham

The former England captain played for Madrid between 2003 and 2007 before a brief loan spell in the French capital in 2013.

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Nicolas Anelka

The enfant terrible of French football started out at PSG before moving to Arsenal in 1997. He joined Madrid from the Gunners two years later but spent only one season at Real, 1999-00, scoring twice in 19 league appearances before moving back to PSG

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Nicolas Anelka

The enfant terrible of French football started out at PSG before moving to Arsenal in 1997. He joined Madrid from the Gunners two years later but spent only one season at Real, 1999-00, scoring twice in 19 league appearances before moving back to PSG

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Lass Diarra

The Frenchman spent four seasons at Madrid between 2009 and 2013. In 2018, he made a suprise move to PSG from Al-Jazira. He made 19 apperances for the Ligue 1 side before retiring on a high.

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Lass Diarra

The Frenchman spent four seasons at Madrid between 2009 and 2013. In 2018, he made a suprise move to PSG from Al-Jazira. He made 19 apperances for the Ligue 1 side before retiring on a high.

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Ángel di María

The Argentinean was a firm crowd favourite at the Bernabéu from 2010 until 2014. After a single season at Manchester United, he moved to the Parc des Princes in 2015 and remains there still, with 184 appearances and 72 goals to his name.

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Ángel di María

The Argentinean was a firm crowd favourite at the Bernabéu from 2010 until 2014. After a single season at Manchester United, he moved to the Parc des Princes in 2015 and remains there still, with 184 appearances and 72 goals to his name.

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Jesé Rodríguez

Jesé was almost the next big thing at Madrid, so impressing under Carlo Ancelotti that he was expected to be named in the 2014 Spain World Cup squad. However, a serious knee injury put paid to that and his career has been less than stellar since then. After leaving the Bernabéu for PSG in 2016, he has been loaned out to Las Palmas, Betis, Stoke and now Sporting, having managed a grand total of 16 games for the Ligue 1 side.

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Jesé Rodríguez

Jesé was almost the next big thing at Madrid, so impressing under Carlo Ancelotti that he was expected to be named in the 2014 Spain World Cup squad. However, a serious knee injury put paid to that and his career has been less than stellar since then. After leaving the Bernabéu for PSG in 2016, he has been loaned out to Las Palmas, Betis, Stoke and now Sporting, having managed a grand total of 16 games for the Ligue 1 side.

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Keylor Navas

Navas joined Madrid from Levante for what now (as then) was a bargain fee of 10 million euros. After winning three consecutive Champions League as Madrid's starting keeper, the arrival of Thibaut Courtois relegated the Costa Rica stopper to the bench and he moved to PSG at the end of the summer in a swap deal with Alphonse Areola.

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Keylor Navas

Navas joined Madrid from Levante for what now (as then) was a bargain fee of 10 million euros. After winning three consecutive Champions League as Madrid's starting keeper, the arrival of Thibaut Courtois relegated the Costa Rica stopper to the bench and he moved to PSG at the end of the summer in a swap deal with Alphonse Areola.

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Alphonse Areola

The France international was promoted to the PSG senior squad in 2013 but has never fully convinced any of his managers at the Parc des Princes, spending time away on loan at Lens, Bastia and Villarreal. In total, he managed 107 games for PSG over five seasons and arrived in Madrid on loan as part of the deal that took Navas to Paris.

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Alphonse Areola

The France international was promoted to the PSG senior squad in 2013 but has never fully convinced any of his managers at the Parc des Princes, spending time away on loan at Lens, Bastia and Villarreal. In total, he managed 107 games for PSG over five seasons and arrived in Madrid on loan as part of the deal that took Navas to Paris.

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