Man United Major update on Mauricio Pochettino after PSG get knocked out of Champions League by Real Madrid.
According to transfer source Dean Jones, Mauricio Pochettino is well aware that his time at PSG is drawing to a close, and he may go all out to become the next Manchester United manager.
Pochettino’s PSG team was knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid on Wednesday after a 17-minute meltdown at the Santiago Bernabeu, which could be the last straw for him in Paris.
Latest news involving Pochettino
PSG’s Champions League exit rounded off a dreadful 14 months at the Parc des Princes for Mauricio Pochettino.
Despite the fact that his team was on the verge of winning the French crown, the former Tottenham manager was brought in to end their long wait for Europe’s top award, something he has yet to win.
They were eliminated in the last four by Manchester City last season, and they didn’t even make it that far this season after a 3-1 loss in the Spanish capital.
According to the Telegraph, United, who are already on the lookout for a new manager with Ralf Rangnick only in charge on an interim basis, are set to go all out to try and appoint Pochettino, who’s expected to be sacked by PSG, although it’s unclear whether that could happen in the coming days or this summer.
Jones’s Man United Major update on Pochettino
He told GIVEMESPORT: “The Pochettino to Man United rumours can now be ramped up because I’m told he’s very aware that his time at PSG is now coming to an end.
“He has huge ambition, big belief in his ability, and I think he’ll go all out now to let United know he wants the chance to become their next manager.”
Is Pochettino the right fit for Manchester United?
While Pochettino would go at Old Trafford with a pair of domestic French titles under his belt, the Red Devils’ administration may be concerned about his inability to deliver when it matters most.
But, like Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, and Harry Kane, he would get United playing exciting, forward-thinking football, and there’s a good chance he could help players like Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford.
If he can repeat his success at Tottenham on a larger scale, the United supporters will soon rally around him, and if he is properly assisted in the transfer market, they might once again become a power.