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    Two top Premier League managers set to go head to head for PSG job

    Another battle

    Two top Premier League bosses are set to go head to head for the Paris Saint-Germain job at the end of the season with Unai Emery’s position under fire.

    The Spanish boss has always been fighting an uphill battle with the clubs desire to hire a top-class manager to take control of top-class players.

    Joining from Sevilla, the manager was unable to win Ligue 1 last season and was also knocked out of the Champions League in dramatic fashion.

    Now, it looks as though his position is under threat as the PSG hierarchy look to hire one of two big candidates from England according to the Mirror.

    They come in the form of Manchester United’s Jose Mourinho and Chelsea’s Antonio Conte.

    Both bosses have questions hanging over their futures in England for differing reasons.

    Jose Mourinho has spoken highly of PSG in recent years and there are suggestions that the French giants are his next desired side.

    In London however, Antonio Conte could be set to lose his job at Chelsea at the end of the year due to feuds with Roman Abramovich.

    The Russian has not exactly seen eye to eye with the Italian despite an incredibly impressive first season.

    Conte has openly spoken of his lack of backing in the transfer market.

    Speaking on his Chelsea future in a press conference today, he wasn’t exactly positive in keeping his job.

    Antonio Conte talks about a possible Chelsea exit after sack rumours

    The Italian has not helped rumours of an exit at the end of his season with his recent comments.

    Asked on his future, Conte didn’t sound too confident in his position and even took a small jab at the club.

    Click here to find out what the Italian had to say about his future.

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