Pochettino Wants To Manage Another Premier League Team

Tottenham Hotspur’s Argentinian head coach Mauricio Pochettino gestures on the touchline in the course of the 2019 International Champions Cup soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London on August 4, 2019.


Mauricio Pochettino says returning to the Premier League is his “priority”, stating he’s desperate to handle once more six months after being sacked by Tottenham.

The 48-year-old reworked Spurs’ fortunes throughout his five-and-a-half-year reign however didn’t win a trophy and was sacked lower than a 12 months after main them to the Champions League remaining.

The Argentine has now ended his six-month “gardening leave”, that means he’s free to affix one other membership.

He has been closely linked with Newcastle if their proposed Saudi Arabia-backed takeover goes via, whereas hypothesis over the Manchester United job has by no means gone away.

“After six months, our tanks are completely full,” Pochettino advised varied British media shops.

“I have tried with my coaching staff to review everything that we did in the last seven years (including Southampton) because we never had a break until now.”

Pochettino, who nonetheless lives in London, mentioned he “loved” England and the Premier League.

“I am not going change (my feelings) now because I am not involved in the Premier League,” he mentioned. “Because I’m now not the Tottenham supervisor, I’m not going to alter my imaginative and prescient.

“I still think the Premier League is the best league in the world. We enjoy it a lot. Of course, it’s one of the options. Of course, it can be my priority but I am not closed to move to a different country.”

Pochettino mentioned as a result of uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus disaster, it was tough to know what alternatives could be out there.

“Today we are going to live a completely different era in football that we need to discover,” he mentioned. “It’s tough to know what undertaking goes to be the correct undertaking.

“There are many things, at the moment, that we have in our minds about how things are going to be after this virus hopefully disappears, but how are these clubs or companies, because that’s what they are, going to be? It’s a big question mark.”

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