DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The French club Paris Saint-Germain have announced that they have appointed Portuguese Luis Campos as sports adviser to the Qatari administration in the first steps to usher in a new era at the Paris Club. , The club’s president Nasser al-Khalifi announced in an interview with CNN last month.
The French club released an official statement on its official website: “Paris Saint-Germain are pleased to announce the appointment of Luis Campos as Sports Adviser and begin implementing this decision immediately.”
“Compos will focus on players’ performance, contracts and the organizational aspect of the men’s team,” Saint-Germain said in a statement.
The Portuguese will occupy this position after Brazilian Leonardo, who is said to have left the club without a farewell statement to the team, expressing dissatisfaction with the decision to remove him from office.
According to Italian journalist Fabricio Romano, who announced his contract with Campos a few days ago, the removal of Argentina coach Mauricio Pochettino is expected to be the next step for the Paris team.
In an interview with CNN presenter Amanda Davis last May, al-Khalifi announced that he had won the battle to renew the contract of his French player Gillian Mbabane until 2025 and was about to usher in a new era in the history of the Parisian club. Let’s start this era.
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