Saturday, 30 May, 2020

Pochettino ready to manage again but yearns for Tottenham return

Pochettino was sacked by Levy earlier this season Pochettino was sacked by Levy earlier this season
Cary Erickson | 23 May, 2020, 04:34

Former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that he could return to the club in future.

The Argentine left Spurs in November after 5 years on the membership, having remodeled Spurs into one of many nation's high sides.

The arrangement meant that any club that tried to hire Pochettino before May would have been forced to deal with Levy and negotiate his release, which would have been expensive.

Pochettino, who also led Tottenham to four consecutive top-four finishes and the 2015 League Cup final, is now without a club.

It is understood Pochettino is keen on holding talks over a potential move to St James' Park and hearing what the board's plans are moving forward, with initial discussions likely to take place next month. 'The fact that we're talking about other people coming into his job, why can't you give him the money and see what he can do?

Manchester United, another club with a long-standing admiration of Pochettino, are not looking to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. I worked with him at Aston Villa and he has done a good job here.

Newcastle United have been linked with Pochettino, while AC Milan chief executive Ivan Gazidis is a big fan.

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Many Newcastle fans would love to see a credible manager appointed to replace Steve Bruce as soon as possible, in order to along with new owners help to rebuild the club after 13 wasted years of Mike Ashley neglect.

"If they don't feel he's the man they want to take them to where they want to go then they have every right to change the manager, ' Carragher said on Sky Sports" Football Show. I am so motivated for the next project. "In the year seven, they won the first title with Chicago Bulls..." "But deeper in my chest, my soul, my heart - I am sure that we will cross [paths] again", Pochettino told BT Sport. From now, and since the day I left the club, my dream would be to be back to try to finish the work we didn't finish.

The 48-year-old did a superb job at Spurs, turning what was a fairly modest Premier League side into one challenging for silverware and reaching the Champions League final last season.

"Deep inside I want to go back because the fans are so special".

"The fans are unbelievable and the love we received was fantastic and that [would be] a good opportunity to pay back all the love they showed us from day one".

Meanwhile, Mourinho has confirmed that Tottenham trio Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko and Steven Bergwijn are all fit again and that he is hoping that the remainder of the current season will be finished. We stopped this way now. It's going to be hard, I know, and for now it's a moment to wait and we'll see what happens.