After Paris Saint-Germain's failure in the UEFA Champions League this season, many have reported that the Ligue 1 side could part ways with manager Unai Emery at the end of this campaign, but who is next in line to lead this talented squad?
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The club, which is owned by Qatari sports investment firm Oryx Qatar Sports Investments, has spent heavily on its squad in the past couple of seasons, and are said to be desperate for some sort of European success.
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri is one manager who seems to be ready for a new challenge, and has made this publicly known. The Italian recently told members of the media that he will be leaving Serie A after his stint with Juventus is over. The former AC Milan coach has been linked with clubs in the Premier League on many occasions, Chelsea and Arsenal among them, but the French giants may to turn to him next, according to the Daily Mirror.
As per Sportskeeda, there are rumours former Real Madrid and Bayern Munich manager Carlo Ancelotti could return to the Ligue 1 giants. The 58-year-old, who has also been linked with the vacant Italy role, is currently without a job, and, to many, is an obvious choice to get the job. Ancelotti knows the club well, and has proved he is able to keep a dressing room with high profile stars united.
The Daily Star expects former FC Barcelona manager Luis Enrique to return to coaching next season, and they see him as the right man to lead the project in Paris. The Spaniard had a successful stint with the Blaugrana, and also has experience in managing big personalities on and off the field of play. Enrique has also won plenty of silverware, and lifted the one trophy the French side ultimately wants – the UEFA Champions League title.
Others who have also been linked with the PSG job, according to various reports, are Paulo Fonseca, Thomas Tuchel, Antonio Conte, Leonardo Jardim and Mauricio Pochettino.
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