Head Coach

The candidates for the PSG coaching job

Mauricio Pochettino could be in trouble at PSG after the Messi drama and if the way one of the most expensive squads in the world plays doesn't improve.  

The candidates for the PSG coaching job

Paris Saint-Germain could be in the hunt for a new manager very soon. The team has one of the best squads in the world and have players like Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappé, Neymar Jr, Angel Di Maria and others but their style of play is not good enough. Also, Lionel Messi was angry at being subbed off in the last game and could be a problem for Pochettino.

If the club decides to part ways with the manager they employed just nine months ago, they don't have too many options of top managers available to hire, and with the club's hunger for the Champions League trophy, their options are further limited in that area. But who are the likely managers they could hire?

Zinedine Zidane

The successful French footballer and former Real Madrid coach is top of the list and probably the most qualified manager who is without a job that the club could hire. He is a proven manager who won every title available as Real Madrid manager including the La Liga, UEFA Champions League (three times in a row) and the FIFA Club World Cup. The idea of returning to manage in his country will surely fascinate him.

Antonio Conte

The Italian manager left Inter Milan at the end of last season despite winning the Italian Serie A for them after financial disputes on the current financial situation of the club and has been unemployed since then. He is a top manager who will maximize the talent at PSG's disposal and he would also fancy a top job. He's experienced and has won the league with Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan but his limitations are in European competitions where he performs poorly.

How many trophies has Pochettino won?

Pochettino began his managerial career in 2008 and has managed four clubs, Espanyol, Southampton, Tottenham and PSG. He won his first trophies with PSG. Paris Saint-Germain. Coupe de France: 2020–21 and Trophée des Champions: 2020.

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