PSG Eyes Arsenal’s Thierry Henry and Julian Nagelsmann for New Management Team

Thierry Henry and Julian Nagelsmann
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PSG’s Potential New Management Team

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), the reigning Ligue 1 champions, are reportedly considering a significant shake-up in their management team. Among the potential new additions is Thierry Henry, the former Arsenal star and club icon. According to reports from FootMercato, Henry could join the team as an assistant coach, working alongside Julian Nagelsmann, who is also being seriously considered by PSG for the upcoming season.

Current PSG Management and Future Changes

The current PSG coach, Christophe Galtier, is expected to leave his post amidst a shift in the club’s era. This shift has been marked by the recent departures of Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos. For Henry, this move would mark a return to coaching following his previous spells alongside his regular punditry work. His most recent coaching role was with the Belgium national team, working alongside Roberto Martinez.

Potential Impact on Arsenal

Henry’s potential move to PSG could have implications for his former club, Arsenal. PSG has reportedly shown interest in several Arsenal players, including club captain Martin Odegaard. However, there is currently no indication of Odegaard planning to leave the club. Additionally, GOAL reports that PSG is also interested in Arsenal defender Gabriel Magalhaes, who has had an impressive season and recently signed a new contract with the club. Despite this interest, Gabriel has no intention of leaving Arsenal or forcing a move this summer.

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The Future of PSG and Arsenal

As PSG prepares for a new era and Arsenal braces for potential interest in their players, both clubs are set to make headlines in the upcoming transfer season. The potential addition of Henry to PSG’s management team could bring a fresh perspective to the club, while Arsenal will be keen to retain their key players and build on their current squad. As the summer transfer window approaches, fans and pundits alike will be watching closely to see how these developments unfold.

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