Date: 3rd February 2019 at 10:19am
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It’ll be interesting, over the coming weeks, to see just how Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s caretaker reign, as the Manchester United manager, continues.

The Norwegian has made a fantastic start with eight wins and a draw in his first nine games and there are thoughts being expressed that Solksjaer, as reported by Vital Manchester United, Click Here, that if Solksjaer can engineer a win, over two legs, against Paris Saint Germain in the Champions League last-16 knockout tie, then the job will be his.

But, if that is the case, Manchester United will need to be completely sure they have made the right decision, otherwise somebody who, up to now, has been the reported first choice for the role, could escape our clutches.

According to the news source, the Express, Manchester United may have serious competition when it comes to luring Maurizio Pochettino away from Tottenham Hotspur.

Not only will Tottenham fight tooth-and-nail to hold onto their Argentine boss but our referenced source is championing the suggestion that Chelsea, as they do most summers, are set to change managers and they are also keen on Pochettino.

It’ll certainly be interesting to see how it unfolds over the coming months.

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One Reply to “United Have Rivals For The Signature Of Tottenham’s Pochettino”

  • Why would Poch wanted to join any other club

    United seem to have replaced developing young players for a policy of buying the ‘best’ – not exactly successful.

    Chelsea buy up huge numbers of young players and lend them out – not the way to develop and encourage talent – Hudon-Odoi a case in point. Plus having a moneyed owner has not brought any stability to the club.

    Poch will stay and continue the 10 year plan.

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