'Define 'future', 'Huh?': Some Tottenham fans react as PSG draw up lucrative offer for title-winner
Some Tottenham fans were reacting after a report emerged about Zinedine Zidane potentially replacing PSG coach Mauricio Pochettino.
According to Le10sport, the Frenchman could replace the Argentine as manager if the former Spurs man leaves.
However, the former Real Madrid man is thought to be keen on taking a sabbatical.
Pochettino has been linked with the manager’s role at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The most recent report claimed that the 49-year-old remains at the top of the club’s managerial list.
It comes after a move for Antonio Conte broke down with both sides worried. The Lilywhites were said to be concerned by some of the Italian’s demands.
On the other hand, Conte was worried about Spurs’ ambition and first team squad.
TBR View: PSG’s Zidane chase a sign Pochettino could return to Tottenham
Paris Saint Germain’s chase of Zidane is a sign that the club are cautious over an exit for Pochettino.
The sacking of Pochettino back in November 2019 seemed like a hasty decision at the time.
Jose Mourinho was hired to devastating effect after the Murphy-born figure’s removal.
But, the former Chelsea man lasted just 18 months in the role.
Here is how fans reacted…
Define ‘future’— Ankles Of Kane (@AnklesOfKane) June 8, 2021
lol poch is busy signing wijnaldum and donnarumma— Poojith (@Poojith91227500) June 8, 2021
At any point in the future? Huh😭??— Louis° (@NdanguyTombele_) June 8, 2021
Meaning now ? Wouldn’t make sense as zidane might have a job in then near future ?— mitch 🇿🇦 (@THFCmitch) June 8, 2021
Why would Poch want to leave a club which has genuine ambition and signs world class players to come back to Spurs where Levy haggles over £10 when doing transfer deals.— ArthurMcSpurs (@SpursArthur) June 8, 2021
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