Paris Saint-German have put Arsene Wenger’s name as one of the candidates to replace Unai Emery ahead of next season in their quest to bring the Champions League glory to the French club.
Mirror Sport reports that the oil-rich Qatar club need a high-profile coach to perform the task next season, and Wenger is one of the candidates.
The source further disclosed that other managers on the wish-list are Antonio Conte, Carlo Ancelotti and Roberto Mancini.
The French giants were eliminated in the knockout stages for the second consecutive time last night, with Ronaldo playing an important role to ensure Real Madrid scale through after a 5-2 aggregate.
Unai Emery who won three consecutive Europa League with Sevilla have failed to reach the semifinal stage of the Champions League in his two seasons in charge, and the club feels its time for a change.
Last season, Emery survived sack following a 4-0 first-leg deficit which was overturned by Barcelona with a 6-1 victory, but the Spanish have failed to fulfill his contract agreement by reaching the semifinal.
Mirror Sport further reported that:”PSG have already approached 68-year-old Wenger, since the 2011 takeover by the Qatar Sports Investments but the Frenchman could become available at the end of the season. Conte wants to leave Chelsea and Mancini is seeking another challenge away from Zenit.