The former Barça boss has been out of work since leaving the Spain post last December
According to 'Le Parisien', Luis Enrique is the latest name to emerge strongly in the running to take charge of French side Paris Saint-Germain.
Among the candidates to replace Christophe Galtier, whose future is further away from Paris than ever, there have been many names, such as Pochettino or José Mourinho.
The latest to appear is that of the former FC Barcelona coach Luis Enrique, who has been out of coaching since he left the Spanish national team.
Le Parisien claims that Lucho is a target for Nasser Al-Khelaifi and the Qatari ownership of PSG, believing that a coach of the Asturian's profile is ideal to lead a dressing room with a reputation for being ungovernable.
QSI's objective is to win the Champions League, a competition that Luis Enrique won eight years ago as head coach of FC Barcelona.
Lucho has been linked in recent months with big European clubs such as Chelsea, Napoli and Tottenham. PSG, who have not yet made contact with the coach's entourage, could speed up talks once the season is over.
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