With Christoph Galtier's future at risk, this outspoken former player has urged the team's hierarchy to pursue a specific option to replace him.

The last couple of weeks have been quite complicated for PSG, and judging by how things have been dealt with by Les Parisiens' bosses in past years, not even winning Ligue 1 for a record-breaking eleventh time would save Christoph Galtier from being sacked.

With that in mind, some of the team's former players have already lined up a list of candidates to replace the French manager. But for Jerome Rothen, there should be only one option on Nasser Al-Khelaifi's table, and that would be none other than Jose Mourinho.

Speaking in his show at RMC, Rothen shared how he believes "Mou" can be the missing piece in the puzzle.

"Let me just say that I am not rooting for Galtier to be sacked, but if that is the board's decision, I think the only option for us would be Jose Mourinho. He is a tough coach, a coach that has won everything and with a ton of experience. He would be respected by every player in the locker room, and there would be unparallelled discipline, something that disappeared a while ago," Rothen stated.

The former left midfielder added that, even if there may be some doubts about this appointment, the fact that Mourinho has been able to win titles in the UEFA Champions League could benefit not only the team, but also its fans.

"He would not fear the players due to their status. He haas won titles everywhere he's coached, with the only exception being Tottenham. What I really like about him is that he is a baller, and that's what we need. Even our fans are not fiery anymore. If he took over, he would have massive resources at his disposal to try and win a competition he has already won twice," Rothen added.

Mourinho, currently under contract with Roma, is expected to make a decision regarding his future once the season comes to a close. The former Real Madrid and Inter boss has repeatedly shared his intention to continue with Roma if they are able to play Champions League football next season, but if PSG came knocking on his door, it would be safe to say that Mourinho can think about life at Parc Des Princes.