Christophe Galtier, the head coach of Paris Saint-Germain, could face up to three years in prison for’moral harassment and discrimination.’
The trial for Galtier’s case is scheduled for December 15th of this year.

During his time as head coach of OGC Nice, Galtier allegedly wrote the following email:

“You’ve assembled a gang of slime. There are just blacks on the team, and half of them go to the mosque on Friday.”
Galtier’s provocative statements have landed him in hot water, as the 56-year-old and his son, John Valovic-Galtier, were arrested and questioned by police on Friday.

However, according to Sportskeeda, if proven guilty in the December trial, the PSG manager might face harsh consequences.

Galtier might face a three-year prison sentence as well as a €45,000 fine, according to the article.

Meanwhile, PSG has yet to comment on the latest controversy surrounding Galtier, who is due to be fired by the French Ligue champions’ Qatari owners.

Former Barcelona and Spain manager Luis Enrique has been linked with the job of replacing Galtier at PSG.

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