The pain of losing the UEFA Champions League to FC Bayern Munich isn’t disrupting the management side of Paris Saint-Germain.
According to Italian sports journalist Gianluca di Marzio (via Get French Football News), Les Parisiens could be making a change at the managerial position. Despite having the most successful run in club history, PSG sporting director, Leonardo, wants to end the run of Thomas Tuchel as manager.
Gianluca di Marzio reporting on Sky right now that "there is talk" that Thomas Tuchel's PSG adventure is coming to an end & that if that is the case, the club will target Max Allegri.
— Get French Football News (@GFFN) August 23, 2020
The Ligue 1 champions are reportedly in talks with former Juventus FC manager Massimiliano Allegri to become the new manager of PSG. After being dismissed as the manager of La Vecchia Signora, the 53-year-old has taken his time for his next managerial job, which could be PSG.
Back in May, Allegri made it clear that he would like to manage with an Italian club; however, he did mention that the attackers on the Les Parisiens squad do entice him and stated that PSG is his favorite project abroad.
Leonardo could be diving into the Italian market once again and bring Allegri to Paris to manage the squad.
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