Last Thursday, Spanish and English media reported that Mauricio Pochettino had received offers from two top clubs-Tottenham Hotspur and Real Madrid. In London, Argentina will replace Mourinho, and in the Spanish capital, he will replace Zidane. According to recent reports, trainers are working hard to freely choose new jobs.
According to Goal.com, Mauricio Pochettino asked the Paris Saint-Germain authorities to terminate the current contract. At present, it is not clear how the Parisians will deal with the coach’s request, but the Argentine will eventually respect every decision and prepare to fulfill the contract, which will be valid until the end of June next year. Paris Saint-Germain’s disadvantage is that the relationship between Pochettino and Leonardo’s sports director is far from perfect.
There are two clubs serving as coaches in the game-Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur. After Zidane Zidane left, Mauricio Pochettino was Real Madrid’s first choice, but he was also ready to replace Antonio Conte and Raul Gonzalez. In turn, Tottenham Hotspur attracts Argentines through long-term projects and a greater role in transfers. Pochettino worked in London from 2014 to 2019.
Mauricio Pochettino took over from Paris Saint-Germain in January this year and succeeded Thomas Tuchel as coach. The Argentine led the first team in 34 games, averaging 2.21 points per game. Under his leadership, the Parisian ranked second in the league, one point behind Lille, and also won the French Cup and the Super Cup.