Ligue 1 - Zinedine Zidane and PSG, the positions are getting closer

Ligue 1 – Zinedine Zidane and PSG, the positions are getting closer


ZZ at PSG is no longer just a dream imagined by Parisian fans. Still unlikely a few weeks ago, Zinedine Zidane’s signing as the capital’s club coach seems to be getting closer. According to Sports Worldthe situation is very favorable, as confirmed by RMC, Europe 1 and journalist Saber Desfarges, explaining that a “agreement in principle“was close to being found to put the 98 world champion on the Paris bench. After the announcement of the arrival of Luis Campos as football advisorthe trend is indeed towards a signature close to the French in the coming days.

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The highest paid coach in the world

According to the Spanish media, Paris Saint-Germain’s salary proposal is unbelievably tempting, to the point of making the former Real Madrid coach the highest paid coach in the world. A meeting is scheduled for Saturday, in the presence of high-ranking Qatari leaders. The series seems close to a conclusion, after several weeks of negotiations and pressure from all sides, including Head of State Emmanuel Macron a few days ago.

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After the departure of Leonardo, leaving a greater margin on the control of sports management within PSG, as well as the extension of the contract of Kylian Mbappé until 2025, the great maneuvers are indeed underway in Paris, where Mauricio Pochettino is still in office. According to The Teamseparating from the Argentine and his staff, under contract until 2023, would cost between 15 and 20 million euros to the champions of France.

A year without a bench

At the age of 49, Zinedine Zidane has been without a bench for a season and his departure from Real Madrid with whom he has twice won the Spanish championship and three times the Champions League, a trophy made the No. 1 goal by PSG leaders. Often linked with the French team in recent months, the former number 10 of the Bleus, a native of Marseille would return to the French championship, which he knew as a player from 1988 to 1996, in Cannes and then Bordeaux.

Courted for a long time by the PSG staff, he had until then always recalled the impossibility of signing in Paris as a Marseille player. Undoubtedly, Zidane’s signing in the capital would mark a real turning point in the Paris offseason after the extension of Mbappé, which could also open the door to a market that is currently skating on important issues, such as leading to Aurélien Tchouaméni.

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