Surprise! PSG ready to sign Pep Guardiola in 2023

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Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) already has big plans for the future. They will try to bring Pep Guardiola to coach in Paris. It’s just that it will be realized in 2023.

According to L’Equipe’s report by Mundo Deportivo , PSG will still retain Mauricio Pochettino next season. However, after that the management had planned to replace him with Guardiola. PSG must be patient, waiting for his contract with Manchester City to be completed.

1. PSG will not lose 15 million euros if they keep Pochettino

By keeping Pochettino at the Parc des Princes, PSG will be able to save around 15 million euros. In addition, his good relationship with Kylian Mbappe will make the team’s internals more secure.

Only a few changes that occurred in the ranks of the team this season. After Leonardo’s departure from PSG’s sporting directorate, Luis Campos became his successor.

2. Pep Guardiola remains a coach’s dream in the future

In fact, if Pochettino is not with PSG again this season, the name of Thiago Motta may be the most potential to replace him. Moreover, the owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi does not want to take risks carelessly.

Motta is also familiar with PSG culture, because he has experience dealing with the PSG U-19 team in the 2018/19 season.

However, it is undeniable, Guardiola, remains his dream to be able to bring PSG achievements like Barcelona to Bayern Munich.

3. Pep Guariola made history

Guardiola himself is a top coach who often leads many high-achieving European clubs. Most recently, Manchester City managed to deliver the Premier League champion this season.

The Premier League trophy made him managed to collect 10 titles in the top five European competitions.

Guardiola has won titles in LaLiga, Bundesliga and Premier League competitions. He won with Barcelona (three times), Bayern Munich (three times) and ManCity (four times). This record has never been inscribed by any other manager.

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