​Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has dismissed reports stating that the club have already agreed on a deal with Thomas Tuchel to become their next manager to replace current boss Unai Emery.


PSG sealed the Ligue 1 title with a stunning 7-1 triumph over second placed Monaco last night and are on course to win the domestic treble, having already won the League Cup. However, they failed to progress past the Round of 16 in the Champions League where they were ​eliminated by Real Madrid.




This has led to reports that Emery would be out of a job in the summer and recently, it has emerged that ​former Borussia Dortmund boss Tuchel is likely to be the man in charge next season. 


However, speaking after the win yesterday, Al-Khelaifi revealed that nothing has been decided yet. He also expressed his delight at seeing his club regain the Ligue 1 title.


Speaking to Canal+, Al-Khelaifi said, "If we had signed with someone, we would have announced it to you. Today we have a coach who was on the pitch. We are very honest; we have a coach today who works with us, with a contract until the end of the season."




"Let's be positive tonight, we've done a lot of positive things. We're champions, it's a wonderful thing, I thank everyone. And the season is not over yet, there is the cup to win. The Champions League is our big goal, but it's not easy. We work hard, but the other clubs do it too. We are very proud today."


Despite domestic success, failure in Europe means that Emery is likely to be let go at the end of the season. It remains to be seen who will be the next manager of PSG, with Tuchel and ​Chelsea's Antonio Conte some of the names linked to the post.