The Ligue 1 champions have already dumped Chelsea out of the competition, but their coach believes that Manuel Pellegrini's men will be a tough prospect
Laurent Blanc expects Paris Saint-Germain to be involved in a "great confrontation" with Manchester City after the two clubs were drawn to play each other in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.
Having recorded back-to-back 2-1 wins to knock Chelsea out in the last 16, the Ligue 1 champions find themselves up against Premier League opposition once again.
Blanc recognises that PSG faced a difficult prospect no matter who they were drawn to play in the last eight, but is particularly wary of a City side that play "beautiful football".
"Destiny has given us Manchester City, which is of course a very good club, a very good team with a good coach," he told PSG TV.
"At this stage of the competition, there are only good teams. So, we respect a lot this team. We will carefully study them, even if we already watched them a lot on TV.
"It will be a great confrontation because I think Manchester City has a style, a philosophy of play. [They] play beautiful football.
"I think it will be two good matches."
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Captain Thiago Silva echoed the sentiments of his coach, adding that PSG must be wary of City's ability to turn defence into attack.
"I think it will be a difficult game, like all Champions League matches," the Brazilian defender added.
"It will be a very good game to play because they have a good team who like to play beautiful football. We like that.
"It will be perfect to play a game like that against a good team. We will continue to work to try to put this team of Manchester City in difficulties. City is always a dangerous team in counter attack."
The first leg will be staged at Parc des Princes on April 6, with the return fixture in Manchester on April 12.