Pochettino knows his next club, it is written

Pochettino knows his next club, it is written
Pochettino knows his next club, it is written

After his departure from Chelsea announced on Tuesday, Mauricio Pochettino could bounce back in England, and more precisely at Manchester United. At least that’s the scenario we can expect given that the Red Devils have already approached the Argentine coach twice in the past.

Between Mauricio Pochettino and Chelsea, it’s already over. The London club announced the departure of its manager in a press release on Tuesday. The two parties part ways by mutual agreement after a single season of collaboration. An undoubtedly frustrating experience for the Argentinian who could be tempted to return to service quickly. This is good, a new opportunity is likely to appear in England. For the local press, it would not be surprising to see Manchester United interested in Mauricio Pochettino.

Our colleagues point out that the technician has already been among the targets of the Red Devils twice in the space of a few months. In November 2021, after the ouster of the Norwegian Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Mancunian management had thought of the former coach of Paris Saint-Germain, without managing to snatch him from the Parisians. A few months later, Mauricio Pochettino was heading straight for dismissal at the capital club. But following the interim of Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United favored the Dutchman Erik Ten Hag, more threatened than ever on the Old Trafford side.

A fourth English club for Pochettino?

Suffice to say that the name of his ex-competitor risks reappearing in future rumors. Mancunian leaders could not ignore Chelsea’s good end to the season, finally sixth in the Premier League, despite the numerous obstacles encountered by Mauricio Pochettino (young squad, injuries, etc.). It remains to be seen whether the coach, who also worked for Southampton and Tottenham, is considering the idea of ​​coaching a fourth team in the English championship, where his rating has apparently not fallen.

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