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Sunday morning, Manchester United caused a first shock that could well end in a real earthquake. After the new defeat against Watford (4-1), the Red Devils finally decided to dismiss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer from his coaching position, as had been expected for several weeks. From then on, many rumors poured in to find a successor: Erik Ten Hag, Luis Enrique, Laurent Blanc, but above all Mauricio Pochettino, the current coach of Paris Saint-Germain.
Pochettino doesn’t want a clash
This morning is BBC Sport which explains that the Argentinian is not closed to a departure in the north of England, but that he would not however want to go to clash with his leaders to leave Paris in the middle of the season. Pochettino’s interest in England confirmed by several media including The Independent and the Guardian. Internally, TalkSport said Sir Alex Ferguson would push for the former Tottenham’s candidacy.
If the Parisian leaders decide to let go of Pochettino, it would only be on one condition, that of finding a successor for him, in the person of Zinedine Zidane. The 1998 World Champion is highly regarded by club owners, and therefore appears to be the only profile capable of making a difference. A situation summarized by FootMercato this afternoon, which confirms that Pochettino’s desire would indeed be to leave Paris for England, even if he has not made the official request, while PSG dreams more than ever by Zidane …
As mentioned on 10/29:
• QSI dreams of Zidane 🇫🇷 on his bench.
• the first contacts were initiated a long time ago with his agent.
• Pochettino 🇦🇷 wants to return to 🏴 and already wanted to leave the #PSG last summer.
• Officially, he did not ask for his departure. https://t.co/Gh0LUpQaAi pic.twitter.com/73txvfiieU
— Santi Aouna (@Santi_J_FM) November 22, 2021
Ole Gunnar Solskaer has been fired from his job as Manchester United coach. The name of Pochettino is mentioned, Zidane could replace him at the head of PSG. The French are greatly appreciated by the owners of the club.