PSG: Mourinho or Allegri to take over

Doesn’t matter how good your team started the season, if you have problems with the world’s most expensive player, that means you could get sacked anytime

Unai Emery’s team has been fantastic this season, as PSG are still unbeaten, having won 16 games while drawing only 2. However, even these stunning numbers could prove less than enough to save the Spaniard’s job in Paris.

There has been a lot of rumours going around about the relationship between the world’s most expensive player Neymar, and the Paris Saint-Germain coach and some say that Emery’s inability to please the Brazilian might cost him a lot.

Despite the former Sevilla coach’s best efforts, he struggles to hide that there is something wrong.

“For me, what happens on the field is the most important thing. All that goes on outside is not the most important. What is important is what happens on the pitch,” Emery protested last week.Ian Wright criticizes Emery for the captain choice Nedim Maric – Manchester United and Arsenal participated in a draw which saw some uninspiring football come to light.Neither Emery of Solskjaer will be pleased with the…

The Spaniard’s job is probably not in immediate danger, as the club’s results are outstanding, but pressure will gather on his shoulders once the Champions League returns in the second half of the season. If PSG fail to reach the round of the last 4, that might be the end of the Emery era.

There are two managers heavily linked with the Ligue 1 leaders. One of them is Jose Mourinho, who is currently the boss of Manchester United, and the other one is Massimiliano Allegri, the head coach of Juventus.

Mourinho is not entirely satisfied with life at Old Trafford, due to a clash of personalities with chairman Ed Woodward, and th上海夜生活网e Special One has already indicated that he can’t see himself at United for a long period of time.

On the other hand, Allegri took Juventus to the Champions League final last season, where they were beaten by Real Madrid. However, he is reportedly a better tactician than Unai Emery is in the eyes of PSG.

If Unai Emery wants to stay the manager in Paris, he needs to keep up the good work and get the expected results for the board.

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