PSG News Latest: PSG is reportedly in talks with Mourinho about taking over as coach

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PSG News Latest: PSG might replace Christophe Galtier this summer and bring in a high profile coach

According to reports, Jose Mourinho is now engaged in advanced talks to become the new coach of Paris Saint-Germain. Mourinho’s representative, Jorge Mendes, and PSG director Luis Campos have already discussed the possibility of a summer transfer, according to RMC Sport. Despite having a contract with Roma that lasts until 2024, it appears that the Portuguese coach is interested in the position.

Mourinho, who is presently in charge of Roma, has won two Champions League championships and is a most sought-after manager. Additionally, he has led prestigious teams in the past, like Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Manchester United, and Tottenham. Although he has never led a team in France, PSG is an intriguing opportunity for the seasoned manager.

According to reports, PSG has been in touch with the agents of Thiago Motta and Julian Nagelsmann in addition to attempting to replace their current head coach, Christophe Galtier. The team has been having trouble reaching its goals, and they just lost in the Champions League’s round of 16, where they were defeated 3-0 overall by Bayern Munich, which was a dismal conclusion to their journey in the European Cup this year. PSG also battled to keep its key players motivated, with rumours that certain senior team members were dissatisfied with the club’s transfer policy.

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A coach of Mourinho’s calibre may aid the team in retaining some of its larger stars and luring additional players to the Parc des Princes. Concerns have been raised about Lionel Messi’s future at the team, and a transfer to Saudi Arabia has been suggested. However, it appears that a move back to his former club, Barcelona is more plausible should they be able to sell some players this summer. He was recently suspended by PSG for making an unapproved trip to the Middle East, but according to current sources, he has resumed training with the squad.

The potential hiring of Jose Mourinho by PSG may mark a turning point for the team, which has battled to live up to expectations and keep the morale of its star players high. It would be intriguing to see how the Portuguese coach acclimates to leading a team in France and the effect he will have on the club’s performance if the discussions are successful.

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