Mauricio Pochettino's stance on the Manchester United job

Mauricio Pochettino's stance on the Manchester United job

Pochettino has been out of work since leaving Tottenham 12 months ago

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Mauricio Pochettino would jump at the chance to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United, should the board decide to part with the Norwegian.

Pochettino has been out of work since leaving Tottenham 12 months ago and the Argentine had not planned on taking such a long break away from the game.

The Argentine confirmed on a recent appearance on Monday Night Football that he’s now ready to take his next job.

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‘[Pochettino] would definitely take the job,’ said Manchester United correspondent, Laurie Whiwell.

‘He’s been out of work for more than a year now and United are still one of the best draws in football.’

‘I think that if United hired him (the club are adamant Solskjaer is their guy still, by the way), Pochettino would be a good choice.

‘He showed at Tottenham he can build a team and overshoot expectations.That being said, I don’t think he’s the guarantee of success some seem to paint him as

‘He didn’t win any trophies at Spurs, or with any of his previous clubs, and his style relies on emotion.’

It would cost United around £4.5million to sack Solskjaer and though that’s a relatively paltry figure compared to the £18m that it cost to part with Jose Mourinho, the club have suffered huge losses this year and continue to back Solskjaer.


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