Antonio Cassano talks a lot, so it's hard to know what to trust from everything he says. But his latest comments on Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain caused a stir, as were his hints that Zinedine Zidane could be the next man to sit in the dugout at Parc des Princes.
Rennes' recent 2-0 victory over PSG in Ligue 1 came as a surprise, and it looks like not everyone at the club is fully behind Pochettino, and neither do they trust his approach to work. People have spoken badly of him, I have heard bad rumors. He's a great guy, but as a coach. They don't do a minute of tactical work, and the players repeatedly ask for it. He even asks the players for advice on how to play.
He could hardly believe what I heard. He has never coached champions before and he's having a hard time. From what I've heard, he won't be here any longer if he continues down this path. Keep an eye out for Zizou.
Juventus, Arsenal and France are two jobs Zidane has consistently been linked to since leaving Real Madrid for the first time, but now Paris Saint-Germain may well be his next stop, especially if Pochettinos' time is as short as Cassano predicted.
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