Paris Saint-Germain’s 2022-23 season ended with a 3-2 loss against Clermont Foot on Saturday at the Parc des Princes. A day after their campaign has finished, PSG might have found their new manager.
L’Equipe’s Loïc Tanzi reported on Sunday that former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann is already working on the outlines of his project with PSG, who hope to finalize convincing him.
Furthermore, the French journalist notes that the German coach and former Arsenal legend Thierry Henry are due to meet this week to continue discussing their possible collaboration.
🚨 Julian Nagelsmann travaille déjà sur les contours de son projet avec le PSG, qui espère finaliser de le convaincre ⏳
Le coach allemand et Thierry Henry doivent se rencontrer cette semaine pour continuer d’échanger sur leur éventuelle collaboration 🤝
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Christophe Galtier will not continue as manager and it seems sporting advisor Luis Campos wants to move quickly to have the manager in place before the summer transfer window opens on July 1.
Furthermore, having Nagelsmann and Henry in the mix will allow the duo to have their say in what players suit the style they want to play should PSG convince them to join for the 2023-24 season.
Nagelsmann should come motivated after how his first crack at managing a major club went with Bayern Munich. The 35-year-old was sacked in March, so PSG would present another significant opportunity to show he can lead a club to win the UEFA Champions League.