RMC SPORT INFO – Christophe Galtier will become the new coach of PSG. According to our information, the current Nice coach has reached an agreement with the Parisian club for a two-year contract. The final details will now be settled on Thursday.
The question of the next PSG coach is about to be definitively sealed. According to our information, there are now only details that will be settled tomorrow before Christophe Galtier becomes the coach of PSG. The French technician, who will therefore leave Nice, has reached an agreement with Paris around a two-year contract with an optional year.
Tuesday, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, the president of PSG, had mentioned the progress of the discussions with the former coach of Saint-Etienne. “We are discussing with Nice, it’s no secret. I hope that we will quickly find an agreement but I respect Nice and President Rivère, everyone defends their interests,” he told Le Parisien.
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The biggest challenge of Galtier’s career
After a single season with Nice, completed with a frustrating sixth place and a Coupe de France final lost to Nantes (1-0), Christophe Galtier will therefore leave the Ineos project of the Riviera club to embark on the greatest challenge of his career as a technician by taking the helm of a major European player.
“I honestly think that the coach that is Christophe Galtier is totally capable of taking up this challenge,” noted Jérôme Rothen on Tuesday, in Rothen ignites on RMC, refuting a possible difficulty in managing the Parisian stars.
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