There could be another managerial change for Jose Mourinho on the horizon with his second spell in Serie A potentially coming to an end.
Radio Monte Carlo reports that Luis Campos, Paris Saint-Germain’s sporting adviser, spoke to Mourinho’s agent about a possible arrival this summer.
The Roma coach is interested in PSG. RMC Sport reports that PSG are “accelerating” to close the deal for Mourinho, a personal choice of Campos, who has known Mourinho since his university days in Portugal.
Fabrice Hawkins reports that “negotiations are at an advanced stage between Campos and the Portuguese coach’s agent, Jorge Mendes“. The Special One has a contract with Roma until 2024, so PSG would have to negotiate with the Italians if they are to sign the 60-year-old Portuguese coach.
PSG are also thinking about Thiago Motta or Julian Nagelsmann, and dreaming of Zinedine Zidane. PSG have been looking for a coach to replace Christophe Galtier for several weeks.
While Campos’ candidate is Mourinho, Qatari media say PSG have Motta or Nagelsmann on their agenda, although the dream of Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar and owner of PSG, is Zidane.
It would be a major blow for Roma to lose a coach that they consider to be central to their project, but the financial limitations at the Giallorossi could mean that Mourinho seeks success elsewhere