PSG Open Talks With Zidane As Pochettino Exit Is IMMINENT! (Details)

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It looks like Paris Saint Germain are already certain of Pochettion leaving as they open talks with Zidane, MySportDab reports.

The Ligue One side are fighting over their manager staying after reports of him being linked to replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United manager.

Zidane could be heading to Paris Saint Germain which will open way for Mauricio Pochettino to make his return to English Premier League.

PSG who are coming off their defeat against Manchester City in the Uefa Champions League are already looking to bring in another manager.

Negotiations are aimed at a deal for next season but could be brought forward if things changes with their current man on the position.

Paris Saint-Germain have started talks with Zinedine Zidane about replacing Mauricio Pochettino which could be happening in January.

Le Parisien reports reaching us says the French side are discussing a deal that would see the coach take over ahead of next season.

Although the schedule could be moved forward as Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly eager to move to Manchester United who are also interested in making him their new boss.

For now the Old Trafford club have Michael Carrick handling things until a new manager comes in to take over until end of the current season.

It is also reported that Mauricio Pochettino to Manchester United could be happening next season as they want an interim for now.


Paris Saint Germain are already holding talks with Zidane in case things change they can bring in the former Real Madrid manager to take over things.

This could be all happening during the January window which will be mid season as the managers will also get the chance to adjust the team by making some new signings.

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