PSG: Thomas Tuchel named as Unai Emery's replacement

Florence Fletcher
May 16, 2018

Tuchel has been on a sabbatical since leaving Dortmund at the end of the 2016-17 season, having guided the club to DFB-Pokal glory and a third-placed finish in the Bundesliga.

Tuchel's last appointment came at Borussia Dortmund, replacing Jürgen Klopp, where he won the German Cup in 2017.

And Ronaldo, speaking before he handed the Ligue 1 Player of the Season award to his compatriot, said it is uncertain whether Neymar would depart the club after just one year.

The biggest challenge for Tuchel, 44, will be delivering success in the UEFA Champions League, something which evaded Emery as PSG crashed out in devastating fashion to Barcelona in 2016/17 and then again at the hands of Real Madrid this season.

PSG and Thomas Tuchel agreed on a two-year deal on Monday.

Elaborating further on some of the positives, the 46-year-old added: "Well I improved my French, I am feeling closer towards Paris itself, I now know how the sentence "Ici c'est Paris" really means something special".

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Speaking after PSG's final home game of the season against Rennes, club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was positive that their star player would remain in Paris.

He added: "He is strongly imbued with the principles of spectacular and clinical football that have always been at the heart of German football, especially on the global scene".

"His competitive spirit, his preference for attacking football and his strong character are in line with what we have always wanted for Paris Saint-Germain".

Neymar will not leave PSG this summer, according to the club's former boss Unai Emery.

The treble-winning Qatar-backed French club are seeking be an UEFA Champions League superpower, with a view to winning it, and Tuchel spoke of his readiness for the task ahead. Emery, who on Sunday was named as France's coach of the year, will lead the side for the last time against Caen this weekend.

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