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Andre Villas-Boas On Paris St-Germain’s Radar To Replace Ancelotti As Manager: Daily Soccer Report

andre villas boas1 Andre Villas Boas On Paris St Germains 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.

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15 Responses to Andre Villas-Boas On Paris St-Germain’s Radar To Replace Ancelotti As Manager: Daily Soccer Report

  1. Ray says:

    Perhaps you and all the other’s who are promoting this story can tell us all exactly who said that AVB is keen to listen to PSG’s Qatari owner. Then and only then would the story have a little substance to it if it is someone really close to AVB himself who has said this and has his permission to speak on his behalf. Until then, this story and other similar stories are baseless and I fully expect it to die a death by the end of the week just like the one two weeks ago, also an exclusive from the Daily Fail which stated that AVB was off to Real Madrid and was planning to take Bale with him. By Saturday the headlines will resume with Gareth Bale to Real Madrid.

    • FreddyFreak says:

      It is the “Daily Soccer Report”. You see all those letters bunched up to make words next to the orange words? Those sites are the source of the problem, not The Gaffer or World Soccer Talk.

      • jdoe says:

        World soccer talk is just as culpable. They are helping the spread of crap from less than reputable sites.

        • The Gaffer says:

          The Evening Standard is not categorized as a “less than reputable site.” They often break transfer stories. If I didn’t report the news, which most other news organizations are reporting it today, then I’d be blamed for not covering the story. I can’t win either way.

          Cheers,
          The Gaffer

  2. Bucky says:

    If AVB is a target of PSG, then it is a done deal. Why would he stay at THFC? limited funds, his best player will be off this summer or next. With or wihtout CL football. He has no chance of winning anything in England except for FA or league cups. He is a very ambitious young man.

  3. Dust says:

    It is again media just making up rubbish as they have nothing sensationalist and real stories would require some work….they fill pages with tripe.

    AVB is not leaving…Bale is not leaving…

    Rags are just horrid. So far Spurs have been linked with 8 strikers lol….such a joke…they’re not journalists they’re gossip mothers with an audience.

  4. ATG says:

    With no offence towards the French League, I think making AVB the manager of PSG would spoil his real talent. He has plenty to offer in EPL. His efforts at White Hart Lane last season is magical. Hope he ignores the big money.

  5. Rob says:

    You can see why they want him, failed at Chelsea, then with Spurs finished a place lower than the previous season. Nice work!

  6. Matt T. says:

    Spurs finished a place lower than last year yes, but they had more points and less talent this year. Also you can’t forget his triumphs at Porto.

    • Rob says:

      A can of beer could manage Porto to the Portuguese league, as for more points than last year, this stat comes out almost every year about teams winning the league with the same points as second placed teams.
      He had better hope that Bale doesn’t leave or he’s in trouble.

  7. Jay pet PK says:

    AVB was brilliant at White Heart Lane. PSG can’t touch the history or legacy of the Spurs. Stay in the EPL AVB!

  8. Sammy says:

    If AVB wants to go then the only thing Spurs can do is negotiate his buyout. There might be something in his contract that stipulates the terms of his departure during his contract period. Spurs can always bring back Harry :-) .

    I’m surprised that the situation with Laudrup at Swansea isn’t being written about here. That seems to have more teeth then the AVB one. Things don’t look good for him staying especially after the club severed all ties with his agent. I thnk Laudrup will leave Swansea before AVB leaves Spurs. or maybe they’ll both leave at the same time.

  9. Rob Donnelly says:

    I’m a spurs Fan and at this time of year the anti Tottenham media are always at it. AVB, Bale, Lloris. according to the media the mighty Spurs will struggle to put a team on the pitch next season. Everything i’ve read with a quote in it indicates that everyone seems happy at the club.

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