After confirming Mauricio Pochettino's exit earlier today, Paris Saint-Germain have now revealed who their new manager is.
In a press conference at which club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was present on Tuesday afternoon, the Ligue 1 champions confirmed the appointment of Christophe Galtier as their next head coach following his recent departure from OGC Nice.
PSG are understood to have agreed an £8.6 million (R170 million) deal to buy Galtier out of his contract with his former club.
The incoming boss has signed a two-year deal scheduled to end in 2024.
Nice have since hired former Borussia Dortmund coach Lucien Favre as Galtier's successor.
"I am moved, I am proud," Galtier insisted at the press conference, per Media Parisien.
"We are all going to have to work together. I measure the responsibility, and we will make sure to have a great season.
"I accepted this position and if I accepted this responsibility, it is because I am capable of it. Together we are much stronger.
"The presence of Luis Campos was a determining factor. I accepted the coaching position with great humility.
"There are a lot of skeptics, I understand that but I am ready."
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