Zinedine Zidane is planning a French influx at PSG.
That’s according to Okdiario’s chief pundit Eduardo Inda, when speaking on El Chiringuito.
Former Real Madrid coach Zidane is set to succeed Mauricio Pochettin at PSG, with Inda stating: “Zidane can go to PSG because the Emir of Qatar, who is the one in charge, has said that he wants him, above all things.
“Despite the fact that Luis Campos wants (Christophe) Galtier, from Nice, the former Real Madrid player is the favourite.
“Zidane will ask PSG for three players. One is (Ousmane) Dembélé (from Barcelona), another (Paul) Pogba (Manchester United) and the third is (Jules) Koundé (Sevilla).”
Zidane feels it’s important PSG sign French stars in order to lift the profile of the club as French around the world.