Mauricio Pochettino reveals 'dream' Tottenham plan as Argentine linked with Newcastle job

Tanya Simon
May 23, 2020

They are also likely to give Bruce the opportunity to stake his claim to keep the job although, clearly, there will be other candidates considered and Pochettino would be expected to figure in their thoughts.

'The new owners can't be criticised for doing that.

"The football will change because they will have better players".

He added: 'I mentioned this last week.

"Deep inside I want to go back because the fans are so special". Per the report, if Newcastle can't snare Pochettino then former boss Rafael Benitez is keen on a return.

'I think people have to be more respect for Bruce, ' he said.

Would you like to see Pochettino back at the Lilywhites one day? He knows the game inside out, everyone was predicting they'd go down and he's done a great job.

In appointing a quality manager it is very often all about timing and as well as believing that Pochettino wants the Newcastle job, Jamie Carragher thinks the timing is flawless. It got sour at the end at Spurs and they couldn't carry on with the way it was going. It's going to be hard, I know, and for now it's a moment to wait and we'll see what happens.

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Both Carragher and Redknapp were effusive in their praise of the "brilliant" work Simeone has done during his nine-year spell in charge in the Spanish capital.

"It was an awesome journey, we were so close to winning the right trophies, the Premier League, the Champions League, we were very close", he added.

Newcastle United have been linked with Pochettino, while AC Milan chief executive Ivan Gazidis is a big fan.

Pochettino was sacked by Tottenham in November after five years in charge of the north London club, being replaced by Jose Mourinho.

The former Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is "motivated for his next project" - but wants to return to the club one day to finish the job he started.

If the takeover is done, Pochettino is firmly the man they want to see steer the club into its new era, according to Sky Sports, after being impressed by the rebuilding job he did at Spurs during his five-year tenure. "But deeper in my chest, my soul, my heart - I am sure that we will cross [paths] again", Pochettino said on BT Sport.

"From the day I left the club my dream is one day to be back and try to finish the work we didn't finish".

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