Ex-Liverpool trainer is still in demand.
‘Interim’ Chelsea head coach Rafa Benitez may become the new manager of big-spending Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain next season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The Spaniard is currently in charge at Stamford Bridge, however, he is not expected to still be in west London beyond the summer because of his unpopularity with the club’s supporters due to his previous association with their bitter rivals Liverpool, who Benitez coached for six years between 204 and 2010.
And that means that the 53-year-old will once again be on the look-out for a new role for the next campaign and with rumours currently circulating on the Continent that PSG trainer Carlo Ancelotti could be set to replace Jose Mourinho in the Real Madrid dug-out next season, then there may very well be a vacancy in the French capital.
The one-time Valencia and Inter Milan boss has won two Liga titles, the Uefa Champions League, the Uefa Cup and the FA Cup during his time in management and would be seen as a safe pair of hands at the Parc des Princes.