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Rumors suggest that Paris Saint-Germain and Inter are keeping a close eye on Thiago Motta’s work at Bologna. Both clubs are apparently considering possible successors to their respective coaches, as the Parisians are still not convinced of Christophe Galtier’s ability to successfully manage the club. Inter want to finish in the top four, and if they fail to do so, Inzaghi could be expelled.
As reported by Corriere di Bologna, PSG and Inter are following Thiago Motta’s work at Bologna, believing that he could be an interesting appointment, appreciating his tactics and man management skills. The 40-year-old Italian-Brazilian has spent time with both clubs during his playing career and spent a year in charge of PSG’s under-19 team. Since arriving in the Emilia-Romagna capital, Thiago Motta has overseen 19 games, averaging 1.53 points per game. The team is currently in 8th place in the Serie A standings, nine points from the European places.