Nearly two years since being sacked by Roma, former sporting director Gianluca Petrachi could be in line to make a shock move to PSG.
According to French journalist Abdellah Boulma, the French giants are targeting current Spurs and ex-Inter boss Antonio Conte to replace the out-of-favor Mauricio Pochettino. Conte is reportedly open to joining the club this summer and calling it quits at Tottenham after less than seven months.
Before accepting, though, the Italian laid out a series of conditions to PSG’s Qatari ownership. One of these includes appointing the ex-Roma and Torino executive as one of the club’s directors.
Petrachi has been out of work since his messy divorce from the Giallorossi in June 2020, lasting less than one year on the job.
Not long thereafter, he successfully sued club for wrongful termination and was awarded damages along with the full value of the two years that were left on his deal.