Manuel Pellegrini has emerged as one of the names mentioned to replace Laurent Blanc at PSG in the summer, according to The Mirror.
On Monday, it was announced that Manchester City will be replacing Pellegrini with Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola in the summer, meaning Pellegrini will be on his way out of the club.
Rumours coming from The Mirror are claiming that Pellegrini could be on his way to Paris, to replace Laurent Blanc as Paris Saint-Germain manager.
Despite the fact that PSG are unbeaten in all domestic competitions, Blanc seems to be under pressure to deliver the Champions League to Le Parisiens, and could be replaced by someone with more experience.
However, Pellegrini is set on staying in England, and has been linked with the Chelsea job next season, but the 62-year old could be tempted by the project and success at PSG.
With such a successful boss available, Pellegrini will find no shortage of offers on the table and will likely be able to pick between a host of clubs in England, Spain and France.