Mercato Paris – The Christophe Galtier priority, the José Mourinho option: Big battle for the PSG bench
Wind of madness on Paris. This Saturday, the French and British newspapers drew, without agreeing, on the name of the replacement for Mauricio Pochettino, whose future seems sealed on the PSG bench. Two names emerge but a favorite stands out if we are to believe the Parisian, who has been rather well informed in recent months about the future of PSG: Christophe Galtier. At the same time, the British press put forward the name of José Mourinho. Update on a decisive file for Paris.
Favorite: Christophe Galtier
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The option from England: José Mourinho
José Mourinho with the Conference League, Roma, Getty Images
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His profile could fit with the turn that PSG wants to take by bringing more rigor and firmness to a workforce that has too often done what it liked in recent years. A rigidity embodied by the arrival of Campos. Mourinho could be the second stage of this rocket. Problem, The Special One has already announced that he will remain on the AS Roma bench this summer: “I am staying, there is no doubt about it, even if some rumors are coming … I want to stay at Roma. » This can already calm the Parisian ardor.
The other options
Marcelo Gallardo, the former midfielder of PSG and AS Monaco, is still scrutinized by the leaders of PSG. But the technician from River Plate, announced in Ligue 1 each summer, remains a step behind. The Portuguese daily Correio da Manhã reveals that Antero Henrique, also maneuvering in the file of the new PSG coach, greatly appreciates Sergio Conceição. A contact would have been established with the former coach of FC Nantes but it will be necessary to pay 10 million euros to convince FC Porto to let him go.
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