Sky Italy has announced that Mauricio Pochettino is the next manager of Paris Saint-Germain.
Discussions with the former Tottenham, Southampton and Espanyol boss are at an advanced stage and now it is trying to reach a total agreement between the parties.
Thomas Tussle on Thursday at the PSG., Four months after being taken to the Champions League final.
Pochettino, who was fired by Spurs in November 2019, is set to drop Diego Motta, with whom PSG has been in contact in recent days, for the job.
Argentina, who played for PSG from 2001 to 2003, said RMC Games In 2016: “One day coach at PSG, it makes me happy. This is my dream. This is a club I follow a lot. I try to watch their matches, especially in the Champions League. , why no? “
When asked where his next role was in Sky Sports in November, he said: “I don’t know, I’m not going to close any doors. I learned when I was really young. [Pochettino’s former coach] Jorge Griffa would say, ‘Mauricio, football is going to dictate your way.’
“I’m waiting for us to realize what the right plan is, which is the right way.
“My energy is full, I want to get involved in the game, but at the same time I have to understand that it is a good moment that you have to wait for.
“You have to wait for the right plan. Of course football is going to bring what football wants. We have to be open, whether to accept it or not.”
Four months after leading the club to the first Champions League final, Dussell’s departure was lost to Bayern Munich in Lisbon.
The German Union replaced Emery on a two-year contract in June 2018, and Signed the extension last May He will stay in Paris until the end of the current campaign.
However, in October there was a general fallout with player recruitment with the club’s sports director Leonardo.
Touchel said: “We lose a lot of players on free transfers, which is very high and we can’t ask this team to do the same as we did last season.”
The next day Leonardo denied Toussaint’s comments, saying, “You must respect those above you.”
“I don’t like his comments and the club doesn’t like them either,” he said.
“We need to understand the moment we go. If someone is not happy, it’s easy – we can talk. But if you decide to stay, you have to respect those above you.”
PSG beat Strasbourg 4-0 in the league on Wednesday night, next up against Saint-Etienne on January 6.