Unai Emery 'believes' in PSG, acknowledges changes may be made

Lynette Rowe
March 11, 2018

For a man who has been out of professional football since 2005, two-time Champions League-winning former coach turned Mediaset pundit Arrigo Sacchi was spot on when delivering his damning verdict after the French capital outfit's 2-1 loss at home to Real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday.

The former Sevilla coach, however, is not getting anxious about the possibility of being fired by PSG at the end of the campaign.

"But OK, we have to accept it because maybe in a few weeks we'll say that I'm an idiot and that another coach, probably the one who has won the match, is better".

"The most important is the internal analysis, what needs to be done to change and progress".

"For me, the future is the present".

While it remains questionable as to whether or not Real would be prepared to pay that kind of money for Neymar, other reports have linked the superstar with a return to FC Barcelona.

Emery's expensively-assembled Qatari-backed team host the club propping up the table with a nagging cloud over Neymar's future.

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"I'm not anxious about my personal future, I'm not anxious about the team: how can you get performance and be better prepared for our future?"

"PSG is a sound project".

It is a very valid point, and one that must be taken into account when making changes to the project this summer. "Antero and Maxwell spoke with the players, particularly with Julian".

"He did not want to say things like that". After a match like Tuesday's, experience dictates that speaking immediately in the aftermath is not always a good idea.

PSG are eyeing Enrique and also Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, but Tottenham are confident they will not lose their manager as they prepare to move into their new stadium next season.

"I ask him to stay and let things settle down", Marquinhos said.

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