Ligue 1 champions set to swap Italian tacticians with Wenger long-term solution.
PSG are reportedly set to appoint Fabio Capello as their new coach, allowing Carlo Ancelotti to complete his move to Real Madrid this summer.
However, according to Sky Sport Italia as reported by football-italia.net, the Parisian club see the former England boss as a mere stop-gap solution as they will reignite their interest in Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger next year.
The Gunners boss will see his contract expire at the Emirates at the end of next season, and has rejected the possibility of returning to his homeland this summer.
For their more immediate future though, Capello appears to have been chosen ahead of Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas, as the capital club look to find a replacement for Ancelotti.
The Italian coach has made no secret of his desire to join Madrid, and it would appear that he may finally be granted his wish now that a successor can be appointed.
Los Blancos are currently in a state of inactivity in the transfer market as they look to appoint a successor to Jose Mourinho, but with these latest developments it looks as though they won’t have to wait much longer.
In turn, Capello’s departure as the coach of the Russian national team could pave the way for former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini to take over the reigns.
The 48-year-old recently revealed that he would like to return to management as soon as possible, and would be interested in a national team job so as to lead a country into the World Cup in Brazil next year.
However, it would appear that the managerial merry-go-round centres on Capello’s decision to join PSG, which in turn would then set off the remaining changes.