Despite Paris Saint-Germain's 34-point lead in Ligue 1, ten points clear of second-placed Lens, their Champions League campaign is not going their way. They have not lost in four games, but have dropped points against Brugge and RB Leipzig.
As well as the European results being a pass mark, the game has not helped to dispel the bad feelings and doubts have begun to be cast on the management of Mauricio Pochettino, who could be on the lookout for a replacement.
In this complex situation within the Parisian squad, the newspaper 'Mundo Deportivo' has named a former La Liga coach who would be seen as the ideal replacement for the Argentine on the bench at the Parc des Princes.
And that is none other than Zinedine Zidane, former coach of a Real Madrid side that went on to win three Champions League titles in a row, in 2016, 2017 and 2018, to form one of the best teams in the history of football.
The aforementioned media outlet explained that negotiations are already underway between PSG and 'Zizou', who has also been linked with Manchester United, and that Qatar is eagerly following these talks.
Zidane's great quality that has struck a chord with the Parisian board is his ability to manage a dressing room with so many stars, as he did with Cristiano Ronaldo, Bale and Co. at the Bernabeu. If his arrival in the French capital is confirmed, he will have to deal with a trident of Neymar, Mbappé and Messi.
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