Paris Saint-Germain could be undergoing change this summer and not only at the managerial position. Following the capital club crashing out in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 to Real Madrid, there are reports of sporting director Leonardo losing his job too.
According to Foot Mercato’s Santi Aouna, the French giants’ priority is to bring in the tandem of Arsène Wenger and Zinedine Zidane. The Ligue 1 side would want to see Wenger take the sporting director role and Zidane serve as manager.
However, Aouna also confirms a report from the Telegraph, which reports that PSG is also in talks with Michael Edwards, who has held the position of technical director of Liverpool for ten years.
Furthermore, the French football journalist adds that PSG has also contacted Tottenham Hotspur’s Managing Director of Football Fabio Paratici and Atlético Madrid sporting director Andrea Berta regarding the possibility of taking over for Leonardo.
These next couple of months could be Leonardo’s last with Les Parisiens as they eye a possible replacement for the Brazilian club chief.