Finished the stars in Paris, headed for PSG’s new strategy

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Star players who fell for the city of love rather than club love will no longer be hosted in Paris. Club management then decided to tighten the screw and confirm any looseness of the players. During this selling period, the transfer market is likely to move towards exits that many players view as undesirable. To do this, the capital’s club lays out all the necessary tools and called on former sports director Antero Henrique to fulfill this task as well. The Portuguese is famous for being an expert at selling players who no longer fit into the club’s plans. This will be one of the main axes for this summer.

PSG now wants to get back to basics

Goal #1 will be to integrate more players than Paname into the pro team. In the end, the goal might even have been to set up a team mainly from the Ile-de-France region. And rightfully so, the Paris basin represents the world’s largest talent pool, with Sao Paolo in Brazil. A potential at hand is still largely underutilized for the time being. As proof, Presnel Kimpembe, a pure 95 product only, has managed to gain a foothold among the current incumbents. Only 1 player is quite insufficient when you look at the locals of Île de France, who are the favorites of clubs abroad. For example Coman (Ex-PSG/Bayern), Nkunku (Ex-PSG/Leipzig), Konaté (Liverpool), Mahrez (City) and others…

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State of mind seems to have evolved from last meeting President Nasser:

“I said eleven years ago that I wanted to train the future Messi, today I say again that we want to train the future Mbappe who will come from Paris! It’s not easy, but we have everything to succeed.” Nasser al-Halaifi

Zidane OUT – Towards a complementary duo Campos / Galtier

For the first time since the arrival of the Qataris and the start of the project in 2011, Paris is reviewing its global strategy. This change of course includes the hiring of several key positions. The capital’s club must appoint a manager very soon, after the long-awaited Zidane disappointment of the fans. But despite the persistent rumors, President Nasser exclaims loudly and clearly: He has never met Zidane and has not considered enlisting him.

Now, the most trusted leader for the coaching position goes to Christophe Galtier, the current coach of OGC Nice. Many fans doubt the French player’s ability to manage a dressing room as prestigious as PSG. Christophe Galtier doesn’t have Zidane’s position from the top 3 Champions League in a row, which Real Madrid won on the bench, but the selection that led to Galtier may have been consistent. If he comes up with the reds and blues, he will be associated with the club’s sporting director, Luis Campos. A man he knows well. The new Portuguese chef shares the same vision as the former coach of Lille, with whom he worked in the north. They have made an effective duo since they won the title with the Mastiffs against PSG in 2020/2021. The two have no doubt that they will be able to reform the capital on the bet that it will (re)light on Paname. Major operations have been launched!