Three months on from their disastrous Champions League exit, Mauricio Pochettino is still the PSG manager and the club may well head into the 2022/23 season with him in charge.
But there are persistent rumours that the Argentine will be dismissed and a new manager will take over in time for the new campaign.
Nice boss Christoph Galtier is the favourite to get the job if the French champions dispense with Pochettino. But I see Jose Mourinho as a very solid option thanks to his experience of coaching squads filled with talent.
He is a Champions League winner with two clubs, handles high pressure moments and has just lead Roma to the inaugural Europa Conference League title.
He seems happy at AS Roma, so it might not be easy for PSG to get him. He would, I'm sure, demand control over which players the club signed and which were sold.
Looking to other names, I would say that Zinedine Zidane is the second best option for similar reasons - he's won the Champions League three times.
Other not so experienced names, such as Marcelo Gallardo and Rúben Amorim, could struggle to control such an illustrious bunch of stars.
Vini and Richarlison clash was a bit of fun
There were rumours about potential problems between Vini Jr and Richarlison after a supposed clash in a training session. But I see it more as a bit of fun, which seems to be very common in our national team these days.
I can't see it as a future problem at all and honestly think that this shows the players get along very well. That was visible in a relaxing moment in a training session.
This could be a big summer for Richarlison and his compatriot Edu, who is the technical director at Arsenal, could be crucial in a potential move to the Gunners.
He looks set to leave Everton, with several big clubs interested, and Arsenal looks a good option for the forward.
The Gunners have Edu as their director and, after working with Tite until 2019, the ex-Arsenal midfielder knows Richarlison very well from the Brazilian national team.
Joining a club that fights near the top of the Premier League could be important for Richarlison, after a tough season with Everton, in which he was crucial to saving the club from relegation.
If he gets a big move, he will have a better chance of becoming a first choice forward for Brazil at the World Cup in Qatar.
Neymar might play his final World Cup; total focus to bring the Cup
At 30, Neymar is the right age to produce a superb World Cup and lead Brazil to glory for the first time since my teammates and I won it in Japan 20 years ago.
I was also 30 in 2002 and it's a stage of your career in which you still have your best physical conditions along with much plenty of experience. So I think Neymar will be very focused in his mission to claim a sixth World Cup for Brazil.
He might be wondering if this will be his last World Cup and that could drive his will to succeed and stamp his name on Brazilian football history.