Christophe Galtier has confidence that he will continue to serve as the head coach of Paris Saint-Germain beyond this season, and he is already actively working on reinforcing the squad.
Former Nice manager Galtier is on the verge of winning the Ligue 1 title in his inaugural season with PSG. Nonetheless, his team exited the Champions League and Coupe de France in the round of 16.
Reportedly, the 56-year-old’s tenure at the Parc des Princes is uncertain, as Paris Saint-Germain is said to be considering several alternatives in preparation for the 2023-24 season.
Galtier failed in the club’s main mission, the Champions League
However, Galtier maintains his focus on leading PSG to victory in the league, and he has already engaged in discussions with technical advisor Luis Campos regarding potential transfer targets.
He said: “We are working with Luis Campos on the architecture of the squad for next season..
“We’ve talked about the modifications that we want to make to improve the team, to perhaps have more variety in our game and to have a better balance.
“We have been working for weeks, and last week more specifically. I project myself to be the coach of next season.”
Reports have linked Roma head coach Jose Mourinho to the PSG job, adding him to the list of high-profile names associated with the position. As a result, Galtier has had to repeatedly address questions about his own future.
“I’m very focused on work. Work allows you to be active,” Galtier added. “I’m very active with the staff, with the players. I know the importance of going for this title.
“I’m focused on work. I also plan for the future. I have a lot of work to do in this regard. My brain is constantly active, focusing on the matches in order to secure this title.
“There will be an assessment made at the end of the season, even if I talk a lot with Luis Campos and with our president.”