Andre Villas-Boas On Paris St-Germain’s Radar To Replace Ancelotti As Manager: Daily Soccer Report
If Carlo Ancelotti leaves Paris Saint-Germain to become manager at Real Madrid, the owners of the Ligue Un club would be very keen to speak with Andre Villas-Boas about moving to France, according to a report in the Evening Standard newspaper.
According to the newspaper article,
“Villas-Boas is happy in north London but remains an ambitious coach who would be keen to listen to PSG’s Qatari owners, who have plans to make the French club one of the most powerful in Europe.
“It is believed Villas-Boas is one of several candidates under consideration, with his rumoured £10million release clause not considered an obstacle were PSG to make a formal approach to Spurs.”
If Ancelotti leaves PSG, do you think Villas-Boas should consider a move to the French club, or would it be better for him to stay as boss at Tottenham Hotspur? Share your opinion in the comments section below.
Here are today’s world soccer news headlines:
- Andre Villas-Boas would consider an offer to become the next manager of Paris St-Germain — Evening Standard
- Leighton Baines and Wayne Rooney only English players in Europe’s ‘top 50 footballers’ — Independent
- Nicklas Bendtner set to leave Arsenal in coming weeks — Sky Sports
- EA denies lobbying for Xbox One used game restrictions, calls Online Pass program a mistake — Verge
- Manchester United set Nani valuation, say Galatasaray — Sky Sports
- If Premier League teams were Game Of Thrones characters — Sabotage Times
- Hull City have tabled a bid in excess of £4m for Celtic striker Gary Hooper — Sky Sports
- Holland coach wants Wesley Sneijder to join Chelsea — Evening Standard
- West Brom manager Steve Clarke is not planning a major revamp of his squad — Sky Sports
- Barcelona reportedly considering a £17m bid for Chelsea striker Fernando Torres — The Mail
- Arsenal and Turkish outfit Fenerbahce are interested in Lorenzo Melgarejo — Sky Sports
- Michael Laudrup draws up new list of Swansea City targets — This Is South Wales
- 10 legends of the game to be honored by National Football Museum — FC Business
- United States go two points clear at top of standings after home win over Panama — Sky Sports
- US national team beats Panama, on cruise control — Boston.com
- El Tri in real trouble! Costa Rica is latest team to hold Mexico to scoreless draw at Azteca — NBC
- Mexican fans drill Costa Rican soccer player in the head with debris — Deadspin
- Spain beat Republic of Ireland in friendly at Yankees Stadium — The Mail
- Chile boost World Cup hopes with impressive 3-1 win over Bolivia — 101 Great Goals
- Australia coach forced to apologise after saying ‘women should shut up in public’ — Independent
- Colombia moved closer to the 2014 World Cup finals after win against Peru — Sky Sports
- England U20: Liverpool’s Conor Coady named as captain for Peter Taylor’s World Cup squad — The Mail
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- Manuel Neuer lands role in German version of ‘Monsters University’ (Video) — Who Ate All The Pies
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