For next season, Thomas Tuchel will remain as Paris Saint-Germain, says donning director Leonardo, who at Parc Des Princes has also denied discovering potential replacements for the German.
In the summer of 2018, Tuchel moved to Paris, initially marking a two-year deal to succeed the Arsenal-bound Unai Emery. The previous Borussia Dortmund supervisor marked a one-year augmentation through the summer of 2021, after directing PSG to the Ligue 1 title in his first season in charge.
At the point when the new Ligue 1 campaign was suspended due to coronavirus in March, the club was 12 focuses clear at the top of the table, with the authorities later choosing to curtail the season and crown PSG champions by and by.
In spite of this household achievement, there were gossipy tidbits that PSG was searching for potential replacements, supposedly viable with previous AC Milan and Juventus supervisor Massimiliano Allegri.
Leonardo, who has still not precluded the chance of Tuchel marking another contract to additionally draw out his stay in the French capital, has settled this speculation.
“He ‘s got one year left on his contract and next season he’ll be on the seat,” Leonardo told JDD. “He ‘s progressed admirably, the outcomes are acceptable. An expansion? We have time to consider it.”
Leonardo has been emphatic in his reaction when asked about club reports scouring the market for potential replacements.
Leonardo also discussed his frustration at teenagers Tanguy Kouassi and Adil Aouchiche ‘s potential departures, admitting that attempting to persuade youthful players to stay in the club is a challenge in the event that they can’t be guaranteed regular playtime.
Goal understands that, when his contract terminates this summer, 18-year-old Kouassi will leave the club with Barcelona, AC Milan, RB Leipzig and Rennes amongst the clubs to be connected to the starlet.
Already out of contract this summer, 17-year-old Aouchiche is thought to have had talks with Saint-Etienne, although Arsenal has also been connected.