PSG Given Christophe Galtier Two Games To Save His job’

PSG Given Christophe Galtier Two Games To Save His job'

Former Lille boss boss Christophe Galtier has been given two games to save his job by the French champions, according to a report.

During the weekend PSG loss to Lyon to make it second home defeat on the bounce following a 2-0 beating by Rennes before the international break.

Since the turn of the year, PSG have suffered eight defeats from 18 matches across all tournaments, and Galtier is seemingly guaranteed to lose his job before the start of the 2023-24 season.

According to L’Equipe, the 56-year-old will be at risk of the sack if PSG drop more points in their next two Ligue 1 matches against former club Nice and Lens on April 8 and 15 respectively.


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PSG will not hesitate to sack Galtier if results over the next couple of weeks are not up to scratch, although it is unclear who could take over at the Parc des Princes for the remainder of the season.

Galtier is under contract with the Ligue 1 giants until the end of next season, though, and the Frenchman is still hopeful of staying in control of the reins if PSG cannot hire a suitable replacement.

Galtier replaced Mauricio Pochettino in the Parc des Princes hotseat last year, and he boasts a record of 28 wins, five draws and eight defeats from his 41 games in charge so far.

A spate of managerial sackings across Europe have left several high-profile candidates without work, including Julian Nagelsmann, Antonio Conte and Graham Potter.

Nagelsmann is expected to wait until the summer to make a decision on his future after being given the boot by Bayern Munich, who subsequently hired ex-PSG boss Thomas Tuchel, in spite of rumours claiming that the German could return to the French capital.

Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has long been regarded as PSG’s number one managerial target, and they were

handed a boost in their hopes of bringing the 50-year-old to the club when Didier Deschamps,

signed a new France contract until 2026 – dashing Zidane’s dreams of taking charge of his country for the time being.

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