PSG close to appointing Luis Enrique as new manager


Following Mikel Arteta’s rejection of any interest, Paris Saint-Germain is nearing the decision to appoint Luis Enrique as their new head coach.

Despite winning the Ligue 1 championship in 2022–2023, PSG announced earlier this month that Christophe Galtier would not be returning to the Parc Des Princes as manager for the upcoming campaign.

Numerous individuals were mentioned, including Jose Mourinho. There were discussions with Julian Nagelsmann, but unlike comparable discussions at Chelsea and Tottenham, they did not result in his appointment.

Sources have verified that PSG football advisor Luis Campos pushed the team to take Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta into consideration. However, reports indicate that no discussions took place because it was immediately apparent that the Spaniard, who began his own playing career with an 18-month loan at PSG, was not even thinking about leaving this summer.

Enrique quickly became PSG’s main priority after he, like Nagelsmann, had discussions with Chelsea and Tottenham. Over the weekend, talks to agree terms with the former Spain coach started.

According to reports, terms have been reached with Luis Enrique in principle; however, a few minor issues and staffing arrangements must still be resolved before his entry can be officially confirmed.

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