Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has offered advice to Paris Saint Germain board about manager Unai Emery, according to report.
Wenger told the board not to sack the incumbent coach Emery at the end of the campaign so as to endure stability at the club.
"I've always been close to Paris Saint-Germain, I've always supported PSG, and personally, I think the club needs stability.
"Unai Emery has already been dismissed by the media, but this decision should not be taken by the media, but by PSG. Seeing this from the outside, I believe that Unai Emery is very competent and that PSG must have a project based on stability to move forward, so I do not think like you that Unai Emery must leave.
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"People are always very quick to make decisions in a hurry. When you are in charge, it's a little different." He told beIN Sports.
The club's hierarchy is not satisfied with the performance of PSG in the Champions League after being knocked out for the second time in a row by a Spanish opposition despite their huge spending in the past few seasons.
Antonio Conte has been linked with the club and the French giant is also ready to make a bumper offer to secure the services of the former Juventus tactician.