Luis Enrique will be the new PSG coach next season and with him begins a new and exciting project in Paris. The Asturian coach has everything it takes to be a key figure at the Parc des Princes and his ability to manage the dressing room looks set to be key to building, once and for all, a winning era at the Parisian club.
Lucho wants to build his own team and, to do so, he is willing to leave behind the 'war' that PSG and FC Barcelona have maintained over the last few years. With the arrival of the Asturian, the waters at both institutions will be a little calmer and Barça know that, with him on the Parisian bench, players like Gavi and Pedri are in no danger of being seduced.
Luis Enrique does not want to 'touch' players currently wearing Azulgrana as Paris have previously done with players such as Neymar, who they stole from Barça by paying the €222million buy-out clause. Gavi and Pedri are assets that would fit in any project of any European 'big' club, but not for PSG who have no intention of approaching Barça to sign players with Luis Enrique on the bench.
In this way, Barça can breathe a little easier knowing that one of the most powerful clubs on the Old Continent will not turn to them for reinforcements despite the fact that Barça are going through a difficult time financially.
Luis Enrique will sign for PSG with the firm intention of laying the foundations of a winning project that can compete year after year to win the Champions League, the great obsession of the Parisian team in the last decade.
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