PSG: Pochettino forgets Paris and Ligue 1, he has an idea!

According to the information released by The Athletic this weekend, an agreement has been reached for the departure of Mauricio Pochettino from PSG.

Unsurprisingly, Mauricio Pochettino will not be the coach of Paris Saint-Germain next season. While the identity of the future coach is still a mystery and rumors swirl around Zinedine Zidane or even Christophe Galtier, it is already confirmed that Mauricio Pochettino will leave the capital club. According to information released Sunday evening by The Athletic, a financial agreement has been reached between the staff of PSG and the Argentine coach, dismissed after a year and a half at the head of the champion team of France. While the formalization has not yet taken place, Mauricio Pochettino logically projects himself on his short-term future and according to the Telegraph, the ex-manager of Tottenham wishes to resume service this summer. With a very specific idea behind the head to bounce back.

Pochettino wants to bounce back in England

The media understands that Mauricio Pochettino has already identified his destination: the Premier League. Indeed, the future ex-coach of Paris Saint-Germain wants to find a championship he knows well and in which he generally triumphed with Southampton and especially with Tottenham. In the event of Antonio Conte’s departure, the Spurs were also thinking of bringing Mauricio Pochettino back but after a period of hesitation and uncertainty, it was finally decided that the Italian coach, who brought Tottenham back to the League of Champions, will stay in London. It now remains for Mauricio Pochettino to find a club to bounce back from this summer. Given his salary expectations and his standing, there is no doubt that the Argentine coach will target a team from the top 10 of the Premier League. But the places will be very expensive because Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham or Arsenal will not change coach while Manchester United has already inducted its new coach Erik Ten Hag. The mission therefore promises to be relatively tough for Mauricio Pochettino…

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