Changes are coming to Paris Saint-Germain after another disappointing season in the UEFA Champions League. The capital club crashed out in the Round of 16 to Real Madrid, and with Kylian Mbappé pressing for change before he considers extending.
One imminent change is that there will be a new manager incoming to the French capital for next season. Le Parisien reports that the separation is coming; the only thing left to discuss is a financial settlement.
€15-million is at stake to release the Argentine technician and his staff from the final year of his contract. The Parisian leaders opt for the Zinedine Zidane as their top choice when it comes to the replacement. However, the former Real Madrid boss still favors the France national team in the event of the departure of Didier Deschamps after the 2022 World Cup.
As a result, another name has appeared in recent days. Indeed, the current Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte would have offered his services to train PSG for a short two-year mission.