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Pochettino in talks to return to Tottenham

Thu 27 May 2021 | 12:10

The Argentine coach is thinking of returning to north London and leaving Paris.

Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino intends to leave Paris and return to Tottenham after six months with the club.

The Argentine took over as Paris Saint-Germain's new manager in January and signed a contract until June 2022 with a one-year extension. He was sacked in November 2019 after five years at Tottenham.

Jose Mourinho took over at Tottenham as Pochettino's successor, and the Portuguese boss failed to live up to the expectations of the club's management and fans and was sacked in April 2021. Ryan Mason is currently in charge of Tottenham as caretaker manager, and the club is looking for a new manager.

On the other hand, Pochettino reached the semi-finals of the Champions League by defeating Barcelona and Bayern Munich, but lost to Manchester City and failed to reach the final. They also failed in the French league, finishing second in the title race against Lille.

He recently stated in an interview that despite the results, his team can still be successful in the coming seasons and achieve good results.

He said:

"With this way of working, and with the desire to be able to develop other kinds of ideas on the pitch, it will be possible to do great things in the future.

"I think that in football you are never satisfied because perfection doesn't exist. But we are always looking for that satisfaction that we can't find, because I always believe that football challenges you every day and that from season to season you have to be better and better."

Rumors are circulating that Pochettino will soon step down from Paris Saint-Germain and return to Tottenham. He achieved great results in his five years in North London and reached the Champions League final for the first time with this team. In the event of the Argentine coach leaving PSG, the French club will be looking for their third coach in a year.

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