The best starting XI from the top tier of French football.
Of Europe’s top five leagues it is Ligue 1 that is undergoing the most changes, with foreign money pouring into clubs such as Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco.
The Parisians are topping the French top tier once again after tying up their first league title in 17 years last term, having bought in the likes of Edinson Cavani and Marquinhos this summer.
However, Monaco are the new kids on the block with their Russian billionaire owner Dymitry Rybolovlev helping to fund their expensive taste,
The Principality club purchased Radamel Falcao, Joao Moutinho and James Rodriguez on the arrival back to the top flight, along with several other big names.
Therefore fanatix decided to pick out the best starting XI from the division so far this campaign, with statistics courtesy of WhoScored.
GK – Kossi Agassa, Stade Reims – played 15, rating 7.53
RB – Serge Aurier, Toulouse – played 13, rating 7.43
CB – Bruno Ecuele Manga, Lorient – played 15, rating 7.52
CB – Nemanja Pejcinovic, Nice – played 10, rating 7.58
LB – Layvin Kurzawa, AS Monaco – played 13, rating 7.46
DM – Jeremy Toulalan, AS Monaco – played 10, rating 7.58
DM – Marco Verratti, PSG – played 12, rating 7.44
CM – Gregory Sertic, Bordeaux – played nine, rating 7.61
RW – Lucas Moura, PSG – played 14, rating 7.41
LW – Remy Cabella, Montpellier – played 14, rating 7.33
ST – Zlatan Ibrahimovic, PSG – played 14, rating 7.62
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