'You never know' - Benitez leaves door open for PSG move

The interim Chelsea boss, who guided the Blues to Europa League glory on Wednesday, refuses to rule out a switch to the Ligue 1 champions at the end of the season
Chelsea interim manager Rafa Benitez has suggested he would be open to taking charge at Paris Saint-Germain next season.

The Spanish coach will leave his post at Stamford Bridge at the end of the season but will go out on a high having all but secured a top-four finish with just one game of 2012-13 Premier League season remaining, as well as delivering Europa League glory.

Benitez helped guide the Blues to Europa League glory on Wednesday night as Branislav Ivanovic's late winner secured a 2-1 win over Benfica and, speaking to reporters after the match, the former Liverpool manager refused to rule out a move to PSG.

"You never know," the Blues boss said when quizzed over a possible move to Paris in the summer by beIN Sport.

Reflecting on the victory over the Portuguese side, Benitez added: "We played against a very good team. We are very happy to win this trophy. There was a lot of pride and joy at the final whistle.

"My future? I still have a game and I have a title to celebrate. We will have time to think about it."