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PSG Has Made Huge Decision About Luis Enrique

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According to L’Equipe, the club is delighted with Luis Enrique, whose contract expires in 2025. Al Khelaifi’s idea, known for his short tenures with coaches, is to build a long-term project.

In recent years, PSG had become a veritable revolving door for coaches, all of whom failed to bring the club closer to winning the Champions League.

The latest two disappointments in the round of 16 in the European Cup prompted Qatar and Nasser Al Khelaifi to completely overhaul the project, focusing on signing young players and a strong-willed coach who would prioritize the team over individual stars.

The sports management struck gold with Luis Enrique, who signed for two seasons, until 2025, with an option for another, and they are already considering extending his contract, as L’Equipe reported.

Enrique is four games away from achieving a historic and unprecedented Treble in French football history, having already won Ligue 1 last Sunday, in addition to the Super Cup in January, with the chance to add the French Cup on May 25 against Lyon and the Champions League on June 1.

PSG is thrilled with Luis Enrique, especially because he has managed to redirect a locker room full of egos in recent years and now has full support from the team.

There are no favorites, no undisputed starters, and all players are engaged, aware that they can be starters at any moment if they earn it in training. While results are definitely crucial, his internal management has taken the project to another level.

The 53-year-old has made a significant impact both on and off the field, preventing leaks and ensuring that PSG’s focus remains on sports rather than off-field activities, as was often the case in the past in the French capital.

Beyond the situation with Mbappé, whom he has been gradually benching since it was revealed that he is leaving in June, internal problems at Paris Saint Germain are no longer the talk of France – instead, it’s all about Luis Enrique’s excellent management.

The Parisian executives will not sit down with Luis Enrique until the season ends, but both Al Khelaifi and Luis Campos are more than pleased with the team’s performance this season.

The Qatari president’s vision, who has described Lucho as “the best coach in the world,” is to keep him in the role for many years, establishing a winning project where the coach is at the core of it all.

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