Mauricio Pochettino ready to get straight back to work after Tottenham sack

Carrie Guzman
December 2, 2019

'My aim is to seek the ability to rebuild myself and get my self-motivation back.

Spurs return to Premier League action on Wednesday, December 4 when they face Manchester United at Old Trafford (7:30pm). It is hard for me to imagine a project in Argentina.

"I felt the boys felt a bit exhausted after playing a high-intensity game, but we had the chance to score the fourth goals, but then in the Premier League the game is always alive".

I saw him coming through at Spurs when he was in the youth team and if you'd have told me what he would go on and achieve then, I wouldn't have been sure at that time.

'My first decision was to come back to Argentina, return to my home and see family and friends.

"I expect to return to Europe to make decisions on my future".

'My best decision was to come to Argentina to switch off for 10 days.

However, in the meantime, Mourinho continued to enthuse over his midfield playmaker, adding: "Dele, I don't need to speak about". I am open to listen to projects put before me'.

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As such, despite his Tottenham ties, many feel as though those in charge at the Emirates should at least take a punt on attempting to lure Pochettino to the club.

Despite their admiration for Pochettino, it's believed club bosses have Ajax's Erik ten Hag as their No.1 target, and are willing to wait to land the Dutchman.

The Gunners are on the lookout for a new manager, after parting ways with Unai Emery last week.

Bayern Munich are also needing a new boss after they parted company with Niko Kovac recently.

The Bavarians now have Hansi Flick in caretaker charge following the sacking of Niko Kovac last month.

Real Madrid's erratic form has put Zinedine Zidane in the firing line.

Down Pochettino's end, the manager has been laying relatively low, but was spotted in Argentina this weekend as he watched his former club Newell's lose to River Plate 3-2.

Poch spent five years with the London side, guiding them to their first Champions League final which they lost to rivals Liverpool at Wanda Metropolitan Stadium.

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