Two years on from their costly €22 million divorce from former coach Laurent Blanc, PSG will be looking for a new man to lead their lavishly assembled but underachieving squad.
What is clear is that, whatever PSG do if they sack Unai Emery, it looks like impacting on the Premier League.
"For me, the future is the present". The future for me is tomorrow.
"The Champions League is very important, but our other goals are important too. But today, I work as if I would stay here all my life". "The people within that project could change, but the project itself is sound".
PSG need to capitalise on this and make the most of Spurs' failure to overcome Juventus to reach the Champions League quarterfinals by offering Pochettino the chance to fulfil one of his ambitions, but crucially to revitalise one of European football's most ambitious projects on the pitch.
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Emery also responded to criticism from Julian Draxler, the Germany worldwide having indicated the PSG coach was too cautious against Madrid.
"I spoke with the squad on Thursday", Emery said.
"These players are young and things that they say can be misinterpreted". After a match like Tuesday's, experience dictates that speaking immediately in the aftermath is not always a good idea. "Julian has explained himself and I believe what he had to say".
"Falcao will start, but he's not at his best level yet", cautioned Monaco coach Leonardo Jardi before the match.
"When players put the PSG shirt on, they have a responsibility".
Is Neymar really going to track back and help out a galavanting Layvin Kurzawa (or whoever replaces him next season) down the left in the Italian's 3-4-3?