Unai Emery 'believes' in PSG, acknowledges changes may be made

PSG fallout continues as star attacks transfer policy and Unai Emery tactics

PSG fallout continues as star attacks transfer policy and Unai Emery tactics

Emery's contract expires in the summer and he missed the chance to extend that deal when PSG were comfortably beaten by Real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16 on Tuesday.

Antonio Conte's representatives will allegedly hold talks with French giants Paris Saint-Germain next week.

Zidane is aiming for a third straight Champions League title with Madrid, but his side lie third in La Liga, 15 points behind Barcelona and seven back from Atletico Madrid.

The Ligue 1 leaders' Champions League exit at the hands of Real Madrid on Tuesday night has all but sealed the former Sevilla boss' exit.

A host of top coaches have been linked with the job, including Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and Chelsea's Antonio Conte.

"I think of the collective, the club".

"The most important thing is the analysis that we can carry out within the club about what happened, and what we can change to make progress", Emery said.

The ex-Juventus coach is widely expected to leave at the end of the season, with PSG a possible destination.

Pochettino appears to be PSG's preferred option to take the club forward, but with Spurs set to begin an exciting era in their new White Hart Lane stadium next season, the Argentine is likely to stay and continue his project with the North Londoners. However, the people involved with this project might change, even if the project itself does not change. "[PSG sporting director] Antero Henrique and [Henrique's assistant] Maxwell spoke to the players, including Julian", Emery added.

"These players are young and things that they say can be misinterpreted".

However, it could be said that they lack the competitiveness of a bigger league to prepare them for the Champions League knockout stage.

"Being with each other has done us some good", Emery said.

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