1. Christophe Galtier will (most probably) stay put until June
If Saturday's win at Nice meant something, that's Galtier keeping his position for the remainder of the season.
Instead of looking at an ominous three-point distance to second-place Lens entering next weekend, when PSG will face their most-immediate chasers... Galtier and Paris Saint-Germain won their second-hardest game of those remaining in their schedule and will play next weekend boasting a six-point padding over Lens.
Even a defeat against the second-best team in the Ligue 1 would still leave PSG (69 points) with some breathing room and at a game's distance of Lens (63) in the table, with Marseille (60) blocked from getting closer to PSG after their draw against Montpellier last Friday.
After facing Lens, PSG will play against seven other teams, none of them sitting above the 10th position in the standings as of Saturday. Lorient is the strongest opponent left in PSG's schedule and they are 10th with 44 points through 29 games. Five of the other six clubs PSG will face are ranked in the bottom-five places, and the other is Clermont Foot (12th).
Barring a ridiculously bad (and unbelievable) run of poor results past the matchup with Lens, Galtier is here to stay for the next couple of months before the next manager arrives when more head coaches hit the market and become available for Nasser Al-Khelaifi to poach and sign to manager PSG.