PSG prepared to spend big
New arrivals imminent at Parc de Princes
By Patrick Haond. Last Updated: 17/12/07 11:39am
Le Guen: Safe for now
Paris St Germain shareholders have decided to stick with their current chairman Alain Cayzac and manager Paul Le Guen.
The 2-1 home defeat to Toulouse on Saturday means that PSG have gone the whole first half of the season without winning a Ligue 1 game at the Parc des Princes.
They have also only won once in their last five matches, and are currently languishing in eighteenth place, a position which would see them relegated were they to finish there.
The club's shareholders though have decided against changing the management, and will instead attempt to buy their way out of trouble.
The top priority for the PSG remains Caen striker Yoan Gouffran, but they have also expressed an interest in Juventus midfielder Tiago and Lyon's Brazilian striker Fred.