Report: PSG are now targeting one of Tottenham’s remaining manager targets

Reports out of France suggest Paris Saint-Germain are now looking to appoint Luis Enrique as their new manager, which could be a blow to Tottenham Hotspur who were also considering the coach for their vacant role.

Tottenham are searching for a new permanent manager after a chaotic season which has seen Antonio Conte leave the club, and then his former assistant, Cristian Stellini, lose his job as interim manager after just four games.

Luis Enrique
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Ryan Mason is currently Acting Head Coach at Spurs until the end of the season and is expected to have just one game left before he is replaced full-time.

Luis Enrique has been mooted as a potential option for Spurs for some time now, but little progress has been made and the club are not thought to have gone beyond initial discussions (90 Min).

The Telegraph reported today that Enrique remains one of the names on Tottenham’s list following the collapse of Arne Slot’s move to N17.

The 53-year-old has been out of work since leaving his post with the Spanish national team after the 2022 World Cup. Now, his next job could be in France, as Le Parisien report he is a wanted man.

Enrique is now thought to be at the “top of the list” for PSG, who are looking to replace Christophe Galtier as head coach. There are believed to be “two other leads” in the French club’s sights.

Galtier is still employed by PSG for another year, but is “under no illusions” that his time at the club is at an end after a “contrasting season.”

It is expected that the idea of Enrique being appointed would “meet internally all the votes” of the PSG hierarchy, more so than the other two unnamed candidates.

Spurs Web Opinion

After all the messing about we have done in trying to find a new manager, it looks like we may miss out on yet another big name who could have worked out for us.

We really need to get this sorted as soon as possible, before all the managers we want are gone.

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