Former Barcelona forward Thierry Henry has sent a warning to Paris Saint-Germain after they signed six-time Ballon d'Or winner Lionel Messi last week.
Messi has joined a star-studded team in Paris, which now boasts arguably the best attacking trio in the world in the form of Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and himself, while the likes of Angel Di Maria and Mauro Icardi also options for manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Despite the excitement at seeing all those stars play together, Henry has warned the French giants that they need to shore up their defence in order to stand a chance of winning major trophies.
"Balance is the most important thing," he said, according to Sport.
"In a moment, we always talk about the best players, attacking, advancing. But there has to be a balance.
"We talk about the team in which I played at Barca (with Samuel Eto'o and Messi) but people forget we didn't let in many goals. In general, the teams that don't let in many goals aren't far from titles or Champions Leagues.
"When you have superhuman players it's a bit easier, but when I see how Paris are doing at the moment, they are letting in a few too many goals for me. It's true they're missing players, but the balance is the most important thing."
Henry joined Barcelona from Arsenal in 2007, and went on to score 49 goals and assist a further 27 strikes in 121 matches for the club across all competition, winning seven trophies along the way.
Did you see the pictures of Messi meeting the likes of Sergio Ramos and Mbappe for the first time in France? Take a look below: