Pochettino Caught Talking to His Ex; Transfer Rumors

The season has only just concluded and already, Paris Saint-Germain is making headlines. It's going to be a long summer... On this episode of PSG Talking, I'm joined by Cose Espinosa and Carl-Oscar Källström to discuss PSG's managerial situation and the latest transfer rumors. Up first, we break down the situation regarding Mauricio Pochettino where a shocking report revealed that Tottenham Hotspur had reached out to him regarding a potential return to the North London club. We debate the validity of the report and whether PSG fans should be upset that their recently-appointed manager had contact with his former team. I also ask the panel about Zinedine Zidane stepping down at Real Madrid and whether that could be influencing Pochettino's desire to look for an exit in case PSG makes a move for the French football legend. The first part of the podcast concludes with us applauding Thomas Tuchel and Thiago Silva on winning the UEFA Champions League with Chelsea FC and questioning whether PSG made the right decision to move on from both. On the second half of the podcast, we discuss the most credible transfer rumors, including Achraf Hakimi and Theo Hernandez potentially coming in to bolster PSG's full-back positions. We also debate whether PSG needs to sign Gianluigi Donnarumma and if FC Barcelona's recent signings will convince Lionel Messi to stay or look for a move to the French capital. The show concludes with us listing playing PSG should try and sell this summer and what the latest transfer rumors and managerial changes could mean for Kylian Mbappé signing an extension. As always, thank you for listening, and be sure to subscribe and rate the show wherever you download your podcasts. Want more PSG? Visit the PSG Talk Podcast Network page and subscribe to PSG Talking, The 1970, and 24th a Parc. Support this podcast

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