Mercato Mercato – PSG: Galtier has spilled the beans, his next challenge identified

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Linked to PSG until 2024, Christophe Galtier spoke about his future last January. Passed by LOSC, OGC Nice or even ASSE, the technician could take the next step, after his stay in Paris, by taking over the France team. A challenge that could stimulate him. And it is not Noël Le Graët who will speak ill of Christophe Galtier.

Arrived this summer PSG, Christophe Galtier faces the biggest challenge of his career. Never in his coaching career had he managed so many stars. For now, his coaching is praised by locker room executives, but he knows that his record will largely depend on his career in Champions League. His future at PSG will also be determined by the C1.

Galtier will pass his first test

Christophe Galtier should therefore not slow down at the start of 2023. Especially since the Bayern Munich appears on his way to the final of the Champions League. This pressure is new for the technician, who has other dreams for his future. Because after the PSG, Galtier could well position himself for the post of coach of theFrench team.

Galtier opens the door to the French team

The France team, I think it’s the best thing for a coach: to train his country, his national team, it must be something exciting, exciting, difficult. Am I capable of holding this position? I do not know. I don’t have the experience, unlike Didier, unlike Laurent (White) previously. […] It’s an incredible dream but I have the right to dream » had declared Galtier last January.

Le Graët validates the Galtier track

President of the French Football Federation, Noel Le Graet responded to this statement and opened a small door to Galtier. ” Look what he’s done, this man. I barely knew him. I have to be honest. Or at least not at that level. What he did in Lille and what he is doing in Nice deserves respect. He is an excellent French coach. There are good coaches in our territory. Anyway, if I was still in office and Didier had to leave us, which is far from done, it will be a Frenchman anyway. he confided. So Galtier successor of Didier Deschamps ?

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