Not Zidane.. Saint-Germain sets its sights on a “specific coach”

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reported French newspaper L’Equipe Sports Monday An Galtier ready to take over Paris Saint-Germain trainingBut the announcement of his appointment must wait for the Argentine’s departure Pochettino.

Qatari Al-Khelaifi told Le Parisien in a detailed interview: "We have a shortlist of coaches. We are in talks with Nice. This is not a secret".

and display Pochettino The current coach of the team, who was appointed 18 months ago, is under pressure after failing to help Paris Saint-Germain to continue his career in Champions League last season, after being eliminated from the round of sixteen.

Galtier coached Nice before the start of last season after leading his former club Lille to win their first league title since 2011 the previous season.

Al-Khelaifi also seemed to put an end to the persistent speculation about the legend France Zinedine Zidanerejecting reports that the club negotiated with the 1998 World Cup winner to take over as coach of the team next season.

Al-Khelaifi said: "Many clubs are interested in signing him, including the national teams, but we have never negotiated with him".

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reported French newspaper L’Equipe Sports Monday An Galtier ready to take over Paris Saint-Germain trainingBut the announcement of his appointment must wait for the Argentine’s departure Pochettino.

“We have a shortlist of coaches,” Qatari Al-Khelaifi told Le Parisien newspaper in a detailed interview. “We are in talks with Nice. It’s not a secret.”

and display Pochettino The current coach of the team, who was appointed 18 months ago, is under pressure after failing to help Paris Saint-Germain to continue his career in Champions League last season, after being eliminated from the round of sixteen.

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Galtier coached Nice before the start of last season after leading his former club Lille to win their first league title since 2011 the previous season.

Al-Khelaifi also seemed to put an end to the persistent speculation about the legend France Zinedine Zidanerejecting reports that the club negotiated with the 1998 World Cup winner to take over as coach of the team next season.

Al-Khelaifi said: “Many clubs are interested in contracting him, including the national teams, but we have never negotiated with him.”

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