PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN star Marco Verratti is desperate to exorcise the Nou Camp demons of their infamous Champions League collapse last season by taking his frustrations out on Celtic tomorrow.

The Hoops welcome the multi-millionaires of the French capital to Parkhead for their first game in the competition since their disaster at Barcelona last season.

Veratti was part of the PSG side who took what should have been an insurmountable 4-0 first leg lead to Spain, only to concede three goals in the last two minutes, including two in injury time to lose 6-1 and go out on aggregate.

That calamity led to PSG splashing out astronomical transfer fees in the last window, including £366 million for Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, who both netted in their 5-1 win at Metz on Friday night.

And the 24-year-old admits only a first ever triumph in the competition will erase last season’s memories and they aim to start with a decisive win in Glasgow tomorrow.

Verratti said: “The days following the Barcelona match were almost a nightmare. I was struggling to understand what had happened to me.

“But from that day on I became more determined to win. Football is made of ups and downs. And sometimes it takes disappointments to make you understand.

“Now we have so many good players, but to get to the final of all the competitions we will need everyone.

“Neymar is a big hit. I did not think he would come to be honest. I was sceptical, but Dani Alves talked to me about this possibility.

“It was not easy to leave Barca and people like Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez but Neymar has done it.

“He is a phenomenon who is capable of taking Paris to the top of European football.”