Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly on the verge of hiring former Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino. However, there are some final details before the capital club announces the deal.
The first is the contract, which includes the terms, money, and clauses. Paris Fans report that the Argentine tactician and Les Parisiens will agree to a two-and-a-half-year contract and a dismissal clause worth €9.5-million.
Another aspect of the potential hire is the formation of the coaching staff. According to L’Equipe (via Culture PSG), two of Thomas Tuchel’s assistants will be departing the French capital alongside their boss in Arno Michels and Zsolt Löw.
Pochettino will be bringing in two long-time assistants that he had with Spurs in Argentine Miguel d’Agostino and the Spaniard Jesús Pérez. Both coaches have been alongside the 48-year-old manager since his managerial days in Spain with RCD Espanyol de Barcelona.
Goal also reports that Pochettino will be looking to bring in his goalkeeper coach to replace Gianluca Spinelli, who arrived at PSG in 2018 and was Gianluigi Buffon’s request. The media outlet believes that Toni Jiménez will assume the position in place of Spinelli.
Then there’s the physical trainer as the German Rainer Schrey will no remain on staff. Finally, Pochettino will look for a new video analyst to replace Benjamin Weber.
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