Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino’s days as manager could end as various reports link the capital club to a new manager. Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte and former Germany national team Joachim Löw are the names that recently surfaced.
Another potential coach in the mix is former PSG midfielder and current Spezia manager Thiago Motta. The 39-year-old has managed in Italy, grinding it out to start his managerial career, but the capital club could be looking to bring him to be their next bench boss.
Furthermore, after this season, Motta will reportedly be out of a job with transfer window specialist Fabrizio Romano relays the information stating that Andrea Pirlo is the top candidate for Spezia to replace Thiago Motta as their coach.
Romano adds that the Italian tactician is expected to leave the club soon for a new experience, leaving the door open for him to be a candidate for the PSG job. Motta has only managed clubs at the bottom of the table, so it would be different if he took the job in Paris.