PSG: decision taken for the future of Galtier!


In recent days, Christophe Galtier has appeared confident about his chances of continuing the adventure next season on the Paris Saint-Germain bench.

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The former coach of LOSC, Nice and AS Saint-Etienne, who arrived at PSG last summer, confided recently “no way” be disturbed by the rumors surrounding his future, and by the names of the coaches mentioned to replace him in Paris. Pointing the finger at the press who don’t know “Nothing”Christophe Galtier revealed that he worked “on next season”. And after obtaining the title, in Strasbourg, last weekend, the native of Marseille even claimed to deserve to stay on the bench of the capital club.


A reversal of the situation had even been anticipated by the media, but it is not: as expected, Christophe Galtier will end the season with PSG this Saturday, against Clermont, then leave his coaching position. The information, revealed by The Teamwas confirmed by RMC.

The arrival of Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani in Paris in recent days has accelerated decision-making, and the 56-year-old coach will therefore suffer the ax after the last match of the season, in an atmosphere that is muffled announcement at the Parc des Princes, in particular because of the serious incident involving a player in the squad, Sergio Rico.

Who to succeed Galtier?

According to RMC, the name of Christophe Galtier’s replacement is not yet known. But several coaches seem to please the Ile-de-France management. The Spaniard Luis Enrique, free of any contract, is the French champion’s No. 1 target, but the former FC Barcelona coach, in the sights of Naples, dreams of England.

Defeated this Wednesday in the Europa League final with AS Roma, José Mourinho is the other big name on the PSG short list. The Portuguese even spoke about his future recently, and a departure from the Italian club seems possible soon. For Paris ?

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