The arrival of teenage prodigy Kylian Mbappe is another clear sign to the football world that Paris Saint-Germain are more determined than ever to claim the Champions League title.
PSG have never won the competition, with the quarter-finals the furthest they have got in the Champions League since the club was bought by Qatar Sports Investments.
Plenty of money has been lavished on players by PSG before this year, but the twin captures of Monaco striker Mbappe and world-record signing Neymar from Barcelona has taken their spending on to a whole new level.
And Unai Emery will now be tasked with delivering the Champions League title as a result, with PSG offered at 13/2 (7.50) with dabblebet to win this season's tournament.
Although PSG are drawn in the same section as Bayern Munich, they should easily qualify from Group B by finishing above both Anderlecht and Scottish champions Celtic.
With Neymar and Mbappe leading their attack, Emery's men also have every chance of winning both the Ligue 1 and Champions League titles this season, with the double available at a touch over 7/1 (8.0) with dabblebet.
After prising Neymar away from Barcelona, a Champions League triumph is surely on the cards sooner rather than later for PSG, with dabblebet offering a generous 2/1 (3.0) on PSG to win the Champions League in the next three seasons.
Of course, if PSG are to go all the way in the Champions League, Mbappe and Neymar are sure to be the key players, with the Brazilian having already won the tournament with Barcelona in the 2014–15 campaign, when he scored the last goal in a 3-1 win against Juventus in Berlin.
Taking PSG to the Champions League title could see Neymar win the Ballon d'Or title he so craves and he is offered at a tempting 9/2 (5.50) with dabblebet to be awarded the honour in 2018.
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