Wenger and Mourinho ‘not needed’ by PSG

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Paris Saint-Germain have rejected speculation they are lining up a replacement for Carlo Ancelotti.

Get ready to hear a lot more about PSG in the next few seasons because they look set to create as much chaos and controversy all over the transfer world, in similar style to Manchester City when they first had their pockets lined.

The club has rejected speculation that Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger are potential targets to replace current manager Carlo Ancelotti, who they seem to see as the future of the club.

Both of those managers arguably come from bigger and better sides than PSG which makes it confusing as to why they would dismiss them straight up as potential bosses at the French team.

The news will come as welcome to relief of those fans who follow clubs that Mourinho has been linked with because there are several reasons why he would be fitting for any club.

He guarantees success, he brings attention onto the club and is one of the best tacticians the game has ever seen. His ability to win tight and big games is also very appealing to potential employers.

The news will be even more relieving to Arsenal fans who may have been fearing that the pressure and criticism of this season, would drive Wenger away from the club in the summer.

He does not seem like the sort of manager who would ever leave Arsenal willingly but if a large and reliable offer is put on the table for him to move and manager another team, he may take it at some point in the near future.

Wenger offers complete stability and authority to any club that wants him. However, Bayern Munich have been trying to sign him as boss for 18 years which makes it all the more unlikely that he’ll leave Arsenal now.

PSG have described Ancelotti is possibly the best manager in the world and he has done very well with the team so far; virtually guaranteed to win the Ligue 1 title and still in the Champions League mix.

If PSG want to progress then they need to set a different example to Manchester City and Chelsea, who have both frequently changed managers after coming into cash due to having wealthy backing.

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