10. Jeremy Menez
Jeremy Menez had a decent start to his career and was more or less a regular player for the Les Parisians. However, he wouldn’t get much action in the first team because of the arrival of many new players and would have to find a comfortable spot in the bench for most of the season. But since joining AC Milan on a free transfer (which we bet PSG is regretting now), his career has started heading for the sky and has become the most consistent performer in the team, having acquired 16 goals and 4 assists within 30 matches (which is quite a feat for a midfielder). Menez will be glad that his cloudy-shady days are behind him now.