CHELSEA, SECOND OPTION
Luis Enrique approaches to the PSG like successor of Unai Emery
Published:22/02/2018 - 23:19h
Updated:23/02/2018 - 02:11h
Paris Saint-Germain has a foot and half out of the Champions, something that has done to jump the alarms with Unai Emery. The French entity already begins to handle options of possible substitutes and Luis Enrique is one of the favourites
The alarms have lit in Paris Saint-Germain after the painful defeat of the French team in front of the Real Madrid by 3-1 in the party of gone of the eighth of final of the Champions League. The Parisians carry a good path in the championship suspender belt Frenchman, but have a foot and half out of Europe.
A premature elimination of the PSG in the Champions League would leave on a tightrope to the current technician, Unai Emery. The project of Nasser To the-Khelaïfi, president of the entity, with the French club is too ambitious as to conform with winning national titles, by what the leader would not forgive a second consecutive European failure by part of the Basque technician.
By this reason, the sportive direction of the club Frenchman already works in a list of possible substitutes to relieve to Unai Emery in the bench of Paris Saint-Germain. According to newspaper Sport, one of the names of this list is the one of Luis Enrique Martínez, the one who was technical of the FC Barcelona until the past summer, that decided to leave the Barcelona club.
The name of Luis Enrique has won strength by the fact to find without team, since other candidates are technical that already find training. The Asturian had a successful stage like trainer in the FC Barcelona, something that gives him sufficient credit as to assume the control of the Parisians.
Other candidates to relieve to Emery
L'Instrument, French media, also published does weeks a list with the possible candidates to the Parisian bench. In this list appear, apart from Luis Enrique, the Italian Massimiliano Allegri (Juventus) and Antonio Conte (Chelsea), the Argentinian Diego Pablo Simeone (Athletic) and the Portuguese José Mourinho (Manchester United).