Malaga owner Abdullah Al Thani insists coach Michel is safe.
The Real Madrid hero is under pressure with results not going their way, but Al Thani insists he won't be pushed to make a change.
He explained: "Many in Malaga want us to fire him, but I do not agree because the coach is not solely responsible for the results.
"Many coaches have been offered, but I prefer that Michel continue. There are a lot of names that have been offered. I trust that, after the first victory, the situation will improve."
Meanwhile, Al Thani has revealed he's in talks with PSG about loan players for January.
"I hope for collaboration, especially because there are players on this team who are not playing regularly. We all look at the best for both," he added.