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Emery: Neymar will stay at PSG next season

Emery: Neymar will stay at PSG next season

Real Madrid's place on the world stage is at the top. Often described as a tactical genius, Tuchel did great things with Bundesliga side Mainz between 2009 and 2014 and the Chelsea and Arsenal target is now looking to bring his skills to bear with the capital club's more affluent means.

It's also perhaps worth remembering that he was available and incredibly keen to join Arsenal last summer, though talks were scuppered early on when Arsene Wenger chose to hang on for another middling year.

And news from Parc des Princes revealed Neymar is not happy at the clubfollowing their Champions League ouster and the news have sparked rumours with the 27-year-old moving to Spain to join Real Madrid.

Thomas Tuchel has built himself a reputation as one of Europe's brightest young coaches.

The good news, of course, is that Tuchel is an excellent manager, and his high-pressing style seems well suited to ensuring PSG play like a team, rather than a set of brilliant individuals, as has been the case too often over the past several seasons.

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We've already seen him force a move from Barcelona, and if he does the same at PSG, it will be an unpredicted headache for Tuchel and the higher-ups.

While Emery led the Parisians to a domestic treble, his contract was not renewed.

In general, PSG usually has enough quality to win Ligue One on an annual basis. The fact that halfway through his first season in Paris we began to hear these rumors, it makes you question what's to come in year two.

It is undoubtedly on the European scene that Tuchel will be expected to deliver, PSG having this season won the Ligue 1 title as well as the French and League Cups. It was no secret that Neymar was quickly unimpressed with Emery, while the Spaniard did not help himself with weak shows of leadership at crucial moments. The German has a big challenge on his hands fulfilling the big expectations in Paris.

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