Antonio Conte sets his (many) conditions to move to PSG . to go

Antonio Conte’s Terms and Conditions to Join PSG

While the PSG coach position will be one of the off-season projects, Mauricio Pochettino’s succession stirs lust in the very closed environment of top European coaches. One of those who could be tempted by the Paris challenge is Italian Antonio Conte, the current Tottenham coach, who has, however, set many conditions to join the capital.

First, there is the financial aspect. Antonio Conte, whose salary at Tottenham is estimated at €17 million, would like to see his emoluments double, reaching almost €30 million a year. That would make him one of the highest paid coaches in the world, along with Atlético Madrid’s Argentine Diego Simeone. Antonio Conte is aware of PSG’s very specific sports policy and would only want to work with people he chose himself. He would like to come up with a sports director. In particular, Gianluca Petrachi, former Roma, is said to have been probed. Conte’s idea is to have full control over the Paris club’s transfer window. The Italian coach, who would like to see many current players leave, has already focused on profiles that may interest him.

With regard to the daily management of the team, Conte also makes many demands. He would like to come with all his very extensive staff. True to his reputation as a tough coach, Conte is also said to have focused on PSG’s shortcomings in discipline. Shortcomings he would like to fill with the recruitment of staff to guide the players when he arrives. In particular, according to our information, he would like a director of social networks to better monitor their use in the locker room. Privately, Conte says he is tired of what he calls “Instagram players,” who are too numerous in the football world these days.

Antonio Conte, who is under contract with Tottenham Hotspur until 2023, would no longer have the same vision as Daniel Levy. The Spurs boss would not be against the idea of ​​parting ways with the Italian, especially as he would welcome the idea of ​​a return for Mauricio Pochettino, who had reached the Champions League final at the top of Tottenham Hotspur in 2019. Financial arrangements are therefore expected, but a crossing of the two coaches between London and Paris is therefore not excluded. But as the Italian’s demands begin to leak, PSG have not yet contacted Conte directly.

AP and LB

Jimmy Cabot will sign up to Lens

At the end of his contract with Angers in 2023, Jimmy Cabot will join Lens next season for a fee of around 2 million euros, L’Équipe reports. The right winger could replace Jonathan Clauss, who is much loved as he enters his final year of contract.

>> Read the full article

At the end of the contract with Real, Isco could join Betis for a record salary

The Madrid press announced on Tuesday an agreement between Isco and Betis, where the Real Madrid midfielder could enter freely at the end of the season.

The player would come to Sevilla for two seasons and receive a significant signing bonus. The Andalusian should receive the highest salary ever that Betis has ever paid, almost 10 million euros gross per season, according to the AS newspaper.

Lionel Messi determined to continue at PSG

The Argentine press is brushing aside rumors of Lionel Messi’s possible departure this summer. La Pulga will honor his contract signed with PSG last summer, Tyc Sports assures. Specifically, Messi’s position towards PSG is fulfilling his contract until the last day and he has never considered the possibility of prematurely ending his stay at the Parc des Princes. According to his close entourage, there is no possibility to return to Barcelona or look for a role in another team.

Another year for Sergi Roberto at Barcelona

According to the Catalan press, Sergi Roberto should finally extend his contract, which expires at the end of the season, for another year. However, talks between his representatives and the club had been halted for three months due to an offer deemed unsatisfactory.

But according to sources familiar with the matter, the player is said to have finally given his consent despite only having a year and a significant cut in his salary compared to his current contract. The player would have accepted it by preferring the sporting aspect to any other consideration.

Mbappé, Pochettino, Leonardo … the hot issues for the coming weeks

After the officialization of its 10th title of champions of France on Saturday against Lens, PSG expect to experience a turbulent summer, with several big files to manage. Between the future of Kylian Mbappe, the likely departure of Mauricio Pochettino, a workforce in need of a rebuild and management potentially at risk, the coming weeks promise to be hot weeks for the capital club.

>> All PSG hot files

Donnarumma puts pressure on PSG because of competition with Navas

Gianluigi Donnarumma, like Keylor Navas a few days ago, believes that “things need to change” at Paris SG in the management of goalkeepers next season.

“I have an excellent relationship with Navas, but, as he also said, it was not easy to live with, neither for him nor for me. Something definitely has to change,” the Italian goalkeeper assured in an interview with Sky Sport.

When asked about his presence in the Paris squad next season, the Italian was very clear: “Sure, yes.”

>> All info about Donnarumma’s pressure kick

Cruijff’s update on the future of Frenkie de Jong

While many rumors point to a possible departure of Frenkie de Jong and tensions between the Dutchman and Xavi, Barça’s technical adviser was very clear about this. “We are not going to sell Frenkie de Jong, he is a very popular player at the club,” Jordi Cruijff assured on Sunday after Barça’s defeat to Rayo.

Spanish press gives date for Mbappé .’s decision

Marca revealed on Monday that Kylian Mbappe will not make an official statement about his future ahead of PSG’s final match of the season in PSG’s Ligue 1 on May 21 against Metz. According to the Spanish newspaper, Real Madrid remains calm about this file and will have regular contact with the Parisian’s entourage when the contract expires in two months.

Oral agreement between Real Madrid and Rüdiger?

While Thomas Tuchel has confirmed Antonio Rudiger will leave Chelsea at the end of the season, Fabrizio Romano announces at the end of his contract that a verbal agreement has been reached between Real Madrid and the German defender. If no contract has been signed, the talks move towards signing a ground lease. The Spanish club will not pay anything to secure the Blues defender’s services.

Manchester City have advantage for Haaland

The unofficial spokesman for Erling Haaland’s entourage, Jan Aage Fjørtoft, said on Sunday that Manchester City had been the Norwegian striker’s main destination so far. Real Madrid would be second only to the current Borussia Dortmund striker, under contract until June 2024 but who has a clause to leave this summer. Bayern Munich would also be in the race. However, there is currently no one signed with anyone.

Gabriel Jesus refuses to talk about his future

Author of a quadrupling this Saturday against Watford, Gabriel Jesus has yet to leave for Manchester City. The 25-year-old Brazilian striker is announced near Arsenal, while the Cityzens would like to sign Erling Haaland. Asked about his future, Gabriel Jesus did not want to answer: “Now is not the time to think about it. You expect me to say that, but it is true. I want to enjoy, stay focused on my team, with my teammates, compete for the Premier League.”

Marquinhos says he ‘don’t want to leave’

As a guest of the Canal Football Club this Sunday, Marquinhos brushed aside the idea of ​​PSG: “Today no, I don’t want to leave. At the beginning I had a moment where I was interested (when he didn’t play much) but since then I have I always had my head here at PSG My will is definitely to stay We know what it’s like in football as long as you perform well and play well you may want to stay But sometimes things can change or the club may not want to anymore everything as we have already seen in the past. If possible I would like to spend my whole life here. It would suit me very well. well and I would be very happy .”

Bayern: Lewandowski announces talks will take place soon

Asked on the Sky Sports mic after Saturday’s win over Borussia Dortmund, Robert Lewandowski spoke about his future and indicated that “something would happen soon. All I know is that there will be a meeting,” the Polish assured. rush hour.

Borja Majoral back at Real?

Striker Borja Mayoral, trained at Real Madrid and on loan to AS Roma, can return to Spain. According to As, the Italian club will not exercise the purchase option of 20 million euros. For his part, the Spaniard hopes to finally fully integrate the rotation of the merengue club, after numerous loan spells in recent seasons (Wolfsburg, Levante, Getafe).

Benitez criticizes Everton again

Rafael Benitez, who was sacked by Everton last January, has again criticized his former club. In an interview for The Athletic, the former Toffees coach mainly complained about not working in good conditions.

“In the beginning it was a huge project with the potential to spend money. That changed when we couldn’t sell players. It’s hard when people have big contracts and nobody wants to buy them, so we didn’t have that option. We signed five players for under £2million and we worked with what we had. Personally, Everton was quite difficult for me. But as a professional, I was “completely focused and I always tried to give my best. That’s the most important thing.” But I knew it was impossible to change the situation, so you have to deal with that,” said the Spanish technician.

bye everyone

With Erik Ten Hag set to become Manchester United’s new coach next season, the Mbappe family traveled to Doha to continue talks over Kylian Mbappe’s possible PSG extension. Maxence Caqueret, a key OL player this season, has many courtiers, including AC Milan.

After the title of champions of France is secured this weekend, Mauricio Pochettino will remain the coach of PSG? If Algeria does not qualify for the World Cup, Djamel Belmadi will remain in office before the end of the year.

>> The latest information about the transfer window