Thomas Tuchel’s imminent appointment at Chelsea will mean facing up to old PSG pal Edinson Cavani – a player he tipped for success at Manchester United.
If the German is to launch a tilt at the Premier League title, overcoming Cavani’s Red Devils will be vital.
The coach said in October: “[United] have got a great personality.
“With many of the biggest players of the game, it’s the same with Edi. Very polite, almost a bit shy. Hard, hard worker.
“He will be there in every training [session], first minute until last minute. Every game from first second until last second, you can totally rely on him.
“He’s living for goals, living for scoring. When he scores, when he has the confidence, he’s one of the [best] number nines in world football.
“Hopefully he will show [that], he can start to convince all of you. I have no doubt about that.”