Galtier revealed his intention to quit Lille
Lille coach Christophe Galtier reveals he had informed the club president Olivier Letang that he intends to leave the club.
The French Ligue 1 title winner with Lille reveals his intention two days after the celebration. While everyone tough he will continue to push for more success at Lille Galtier has his plans.
Galtier, who has spent four years in the club since joining from St Etienne, claims he had informed the club president.
“I informed my president… that I was going to leave,” Galtier claimed.
“I am quite simply convinced that I have done my time here. That this four-year cycle is long enough for a coach,” he revealed.
However, Galtier added that he doesn’t want to fall into a routine, feels it is the right time to leave.
“Having done four years, I feel inside that it’s time to leave this beautiful club, this magnificent club,” he added.
“I’m leaving Lille with an incredible result, I need something else. I don’t want to fall into a routine,” Galtier concluded.
Reports claim the 54-year-old revealed that Ligue 1 rivals Nice and Lyon has approached him. Also, the Italian giants Napoli have been reported to have made contact in a bid to acquire his service.
Meanwhile, his runners-up PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino speculates a stunning return to Tottenham Hotspurs. Reports claim that the Argentine might be on his way back to England.
Despite being leading spurs to UEFA finals last season, Pochettino was sacked and replaced by the sacked Jose Mourinho. According to reports, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy secretly admits that sacking Pochettino was ‘the worst mistake of his career’,
Also, the project is meant to peruse England unsettled forward Harry Kane to stay at the club. However, if such reports are to go with, it means spurs have given up on the pressure of Leicester City coach Brendan Rodgers.