Paris St Germain have sacked manager Thomas Tuchel.
Whilst PSG are yet to release an official statement, many sources have confirmed that Tuchel will leave his role.
The announcement comes as a shock to many, with PSG beating RC Strasborg 4-0 last night.
PSG currently sit third in Ligue 1, one point off of leaders Lyon.
Additionally, PSG topped their Champions League group, a group that included RB Leipzig and Manchester United.
Furthermore, the German led PSG to the 2020 Champions League final, where the suffered a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich.
Tuchel took over at PSG on 14th May 2018. In that time he managed 127 games, winning 95 of them – a win ration of 74.8, the best of his managerial career.
At the club Tuchel won, two Ligue 1 titles, A coupe de France, A coupe de la Ligue and two trophee des Champions.
After his dismissal, it is widely expected that former Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino will take over, per Fabrizio Romano.
Pochettino has been out of management since his dismissal from Tottenham in November 2019.
He will be joining a club that demands success, and is still looking to grow.
The dismissal of Tuchel shows the level of success PSG expect. They aren’t just satisified with domestic honours, they’re looking to be successful on a European stage.
Only time will tell how Pochettino will fare in Paris, and if he can bring the European success the club craves.