PARIS (AP) – Paris Saint-Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti may be battling for more than first place in Group A against FC Porto on Tuesday.
The Italian may be fighting for his future amid reports that the club's rich Qatari owners have lost patience following a terrible run of domestic form.
Saturday's 2-1 loss at Nice was PSG's third in the past five league games and came only days after it was knocked out of the League Cup quarterfinals by Saint-Etienne on penalty kicks.
Ancelotti snapped after the Nice loss and promised radical changes to his team and his management style, but the changes may come elsewhere.
Sports daily L'Equipe reported Monday that QSI, the club owners who have invested more than ?260 million on players, have had enough.