PSG Mercato: Paris SG wants to open a new cycle after a disappointing season. Besides Pochettino, Leonardo could also take the door this summer.
PSG Mercato: Leonardo pushed towards the exit this summer?
If the dismissal of Mauricio Pochettino appears to many as already acquired, the Argentine coach could not be the only heavyweight to bear the brunt of the wind of change that is brewing at Paris Saint-Germain. According to the latest revelations from the British tabloid The Telegraphthe Qatari leaders of the capital club have finally decided to part ways with Leonardo.
Back since 2019, the Brazilian sporting director is heavily criticized for his inability to sell and especially his bad choices during the last summer transfer window with signings that turned out to be flops this season. Particularly Sergio Ramos, who spent most of his time in the infirmary, and Georginio Wijnaldmun, unrecognizable since his arrival at Paris SG. The English media even indicates that Nasser Al-Khelaïfi has already been responsible for finding a replacement for Leonardo.
PSG Mercato: Qatar is already working on the succession of Leonardo
This Monday, the newspapers The Parisian and L’Équipe presented Leonardo as untouchable at Paris Saint-Germain. “His rating remains at an appreciable level”, on the Doha side according to the regional daily. L’Équipe confirms the trend and assures that the former Brazilian midfielder “personally knows the Emir of Qatar, who holds him in high esteem. “But The Telegraph announces for its part that the senior management of Paris Saint-Germain should finally dismiss Leonardo. And to succeed him, the names of Fabio Paratici (Tottenham) and Andrea Berta (Atlético Madrid) have been mentioned recently.
After another early elimination in the Champions League, Paris SG are now considering major changes. President Nasser Al-Khelaifi would thus have invited consultants from the Harvard Business School to bring a fresh look at the processes of the Parisian club. In addition to the future of Mauricio Pochettino, that of Leonardo would now be in the balance.