Tottenham Hotspur are determined not to let go of their influential manager Mauricio Pochettino.
The Argentine is high on the radar of Manchester United and might succeed Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford once Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s term as the interim manager is over.
According to The Sun, cited by Mail Online, Tottenham are hell bent not to let their influential gaffer Mauricio Pochettino leave in the summer, even if there is £50million on offer. Big guns Manchester United and Real Madrid are ready to make a move for the Argentine and there might be a huge sum on offer to lure him away from White Hart Lane. However, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has reportedly made it clear that he will not let Pochettino leave for any amount offered.
Manchester United have been the frontrunners to bring the Argentine boss to Old Trafford to succeed Jose Mourinho after the term of their interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is over, despite the fact that the Norweigan has done exceedingly well since taking charge at his former club. He is yet to lose or draw a match with the Red Devils with a 100% record and has done a fabulous job to instil the winning mentality back among the players, which had been missing since the start of the season under the tutelage of former manager Jose Mourinho.
However, speculations are rife that the Pochettino is the man that United want to take charge after the season is over but given Daniel Levy’s strong stand to not let him leave, it is to be seen what lies in the future for the Red Devils and their current manager.
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