PSG’s Christophe Galtier on departure rumours: “It doesn’t disturb me at all.”

Paris Saint-Germain manager Christophe Galtier has sais that rumours of his impending departure from the club aren’t “disturbing him.” 

The names linked with the managerial hot seat at PSG have multiplied in recent days. José Mourinho is a name that has long since been linked with the job, and the Portuguese manager has a strong relationship with Les Parisiens’ Sporting Consultant Luís Campos. 

Thiago Motta, a former PSG player, Xabi Alonso, Luis Enrique, Marcelo Gallardo and Abel Ferreira have all also been linked with replacing Gatlier at PSG. The French manager’s position at the club is reportedly under threat. He will likely win Ligue 1 with Les Parisiens, just as Mauricio Pochettino did last season, and he may meet the same fate. 

Get French Football News understands that QSI’s priority to replace Galtier in the dugout at the Parc des Princes is still Zinédine Zidane. After failing to tempt him into taking the job last year, PSG want to try their chances again this summer. 

However, speaking at a pre-match press conference, transcribed by RMC SportGaltier downplayed the impact of the incessant rumours. “I’m in permanent contact with Luís Campos. I see my President very often. We haven’t spoken about next season. Regarding the fact that names (of successors) are going around, it is part of my job and it doesn’t disturb me at all. There is what you write and what I experience daily,” he said. 

We’re working on next season. Thankfully! You don’t know what will happen at the end of the season. But once again, I’m happy that the club is working on the squad for next season,” added Galtier. 

GFFN | Luke Entwistle

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