Leonardo to leave PSG at end of season - report
Paris Saint-Germain's director of football Leonardo will leave the French club at the end of the season, according to reports in French press.
French magazine France Football claims that Leonardo will not stay for the next season, either because of disagreements with the club's owner or due to his intention of returning to Italy to live with Sky Italia presenter Anna Billó.
There is also speculation that he could return to Inter Milan to replace or work alongside Marco Branca finding players for the club.
Leonardo has previously worked as Inter Milan's manager from 2010 to 2011, without having much success.
The former Flamengo and Brazil's national team player also managed Milan from 2009 to 2010, but he could not have success either.
Paris Saint-Germain are close to winning the French top division and reached the European Champions League quarter-finals.
The squad includes Brazilian players Lucas Moura, Thiago Silva, Alex, Maxwell and Brazil-born Thiago Motta as well as Swedish star Ibrahimovic.