Paris Saint-Germain is likely to be in the market for a new manager as it seems Mauricio Pochettino’s days at the capital club are numbered. After the French giants were eliminated from the UEFA Champions by Real Madrid in the Round of 16, supporters are clamoring for significant changes.
Sporting director Leonardo and Pochettino are on high alert regarding their positions. The latest news from Goal’s Marc Mechenoua and Italian football journalist Gianluca Di Marzio (via Hadrien Grenier) is that there are some new names in the mix to be the next bench boss.
Mechenoua reports that the Emir’s representatives have taken information on the situation of former Germany national team and World Cup winner Joachim Low.
Low has been without a job since leaving the position with Germany last summer, and he reportedly wants to manage again. Still, as of now, there are no discussions directly with the 62-year-old over becoming the next PSG manager.
Meanwhile, Di Marzio confirms the Low interest from Les Parisiens and expresses that the Antonio Conte file remains alive, especially if he exits from his job at Tottenham Hotspur.
But another name the Italian journalist says to keep an eye on is former PSG midfielder Thiago Motta, who’s currently managing Spezia and are eight points clear of the relegation zone in Serie A with three matches left in the season.