PSG Man, Lionel Messi has named the Clubs he sees as favourites to win the 2021/2022 UEFA Champions League.

Lionel Messi Who recently signed for PSG from FC Barcelona in the Summer is one of the Most decorated players in the UCL with 4 Trophies won while at the Spanish Club.

PSG signing Lionel Messi would Serve as a Major Boost for The French Club who are still chasing their first UCL Trophy. They Came close to winning the prestigious Trophy during the 2019/2020 season but lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich.

Lionel Messi who scored his First PSG Goal against Manchester City in Matchweek 2 of the UCL has named Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Bayern Munich as Other top clubs who would be battling it out with PSG for a chance to Clinch the trophy.

"It is everyone’s dream to win the Champions League here," Messi told L’Equipe (Via Metro Sports)

"The club has been working towards this goal for a few years and lately it has been close."

"From a personal point of view it is the same, I would love to win the Champions League, as I said when I was still in Barcelona."

"It is a very good, very difficult competition to win, but I think this group of players has the weapons to win this title."

"It is true that the center of attention is on PSG, but there are other very strong teams, such as Chelsea, the Manchester teams (United and City), Real Madrid, who always responds, Inter Milan, Bayern."

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Speaking Further, Lionel Messi warned his Team mates against Relying on Individual Brilliance but rather play as a team.

"They are all great teams. We have great individuals, but we still have to know each other well to form a team. To win important titles you have to play as a team."

"That is what makes me say that we are still one step back compared to all these clubs , who have more collective experience than us."

PSG currently Occupies 1st Position on their UCL Group with 4 Points from 2 games, playing a draw against Club Brugge before beating Man City 2-0.They take on German side, Leipzig on October 19th.