Louis van Gaal linked with PSGby Jack Kitson / 19 December 2016, 09:46Tweet
Former Man Utd manager Louis van Gaal has been linked with a move to French giants PSG, according to TF1.
The Dutchman, who has accumulated over 800 games in the managerial arena, has been out-of-work since leaving the Red Devils back in May.
But, if the latest reports are to be believed, then the 65-year-old could be returning to the dugout soon.
PSG are rumoured to be growing increasingly frustrated with the current incumbent Unai Emery.
Emery, a winner of a hat-trick of Europa League trophies with Sevilla, left the Spanish outfit in the summer in order to voyage over to the French capital.
However, despite an assortment of riches and stars at his disposal it's not been all plain sailing for the Spaniard.
In recent years PSG have become accustomed to dominating Ligue 1, but they are currently down in 3rd spot: seven points behind leaders Nice, and three points adrift of Monaco.
The Paris based club have surprisingly struggled in front of goal - compared to previous seasons at least - scoring only 33 times, in contrast to Monaco who have belted in 54.
PSG are currently without a win in three matches, having lost to Montpellier and Guingamp, with a draw against Nice sandwiched in between.
PSG's quest to win the Champions League - a competition LVG won with Ajax - may also have to wait another year after they drew favourites Barcelona (in the last-16), with whom they've been knocked out to in two of the last four seasons.
PSG's recent wobble has subsequently thrust the future of Emery under the spotlight, with LVG's abundance of experience at a number of Europe's top teams making him an attractive option should they decide to weild the axe.
Telefoot say if PSG part with Unai Emery, director of football Patrick Kluivert is keen on Louis van Gaal to replace the Spaniard. https://t.co/63KZr3JShF— Jonathan Johnson (@Jon_LeGossip) December 18, 2016