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Luis Enrique rejects interest from PSG in favour of Premier League move

Former Barcelona boss is on a year's sabbatical, but is in-demand with several big clubs considering change of manager

LUIS ENRIQUE only has eyes for the Premier League, despite interest from elsewhere, according to reports in Catalonia.

The former Barcelona boss has been tipped to take the job at Chelsea, should Antonio Conte face the sack — while Arsenal could be interested in the summer, should Arsene Wenger step down.

Luis Enrique would prefer a Premier League move of joining PSG as manager

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Luis Enrique would prefer a Premier League move of joining PSG as manager

Antonio Conte is likely to leave post at Chelsea manager at end of campaign

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Antonio Conte is likely to leave post at Chelsea manager at end of campaign

Mundo Deportivo report that Paris Saint-Germain are also keen, with Unai Emery likely to leave in the summer.

But the Spaniard’s first choice is to move to the Premier League.


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PSG director Antero Henrique had sounded out Jose Mourinho before the Manchester United boss and wants to know Enrique’s intentions before making a decision on the future of their manager.

AC Milan are another interested party.

Luis Enrique endured torrid time during 2011-12 season in Italy with Roma

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Luis Enrique endured torrid time during 2011-12 season in Italy with Roma

Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri is another contender to replace Antonio Conte

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Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri is another contender to replace Antonio Conte

Gennaro Gattuso is currently in charge, but his future will depend on how they finish the season — and Champions League qualification rests solely on winning the Europa League.

However, Enrique’s previous spell in Serie A was a disaster as he led big-spending Roma to seventh and was widely criticised for replacing Francesco Totti during a Europa League defeat to Slovan Bratislava.

Enrique is the frontrunner to replace him, but Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri is also in the running.