PSG and Zinédine Zidane, Manchester United and Mauricio Pochettino: New news

More and more sources write about the potential departure of Mauricio Pochettino from Paris Saint-Germain and the simultaneous employment with the club Zinédine Zidane.

A few hours ago, The Manchester Evening News reported that Pochettino was very interested in returning to England and signing for Manchester United. The Argentine would be ready to change club even during the season. Santi Aoun added, however, that so far he has not officially asked PSG authorities for permission to leave.

The situation of Pochettino in Paris was described by Loïc Tanzi. According to the RMC Sport journalist, the Argentine is not entirely satisfied with his adventure with PSG so far. Like several of his predecessors, he finds the French capital team difficult to manage. The trainer does not have a completely free hand and is subject to the decisions of the authorities. Therefore, the 49-year-old would be interested in a return to the Premier League, where manager responsibilities at clubs are different. The style of work there is more suited to Pochettino.

The Argentine is not unhappy at PSG, however, as some reports may suggest, and is not going to force him to leave. He just can’t get into the club one hundred percent what he wants. Of course, this casts a shadow on the long-term cooperation between the parties.

Tanzi believes that there have been no talks, at least formal, between Pochettino and MU so far. Apparently they were also not between PSG and Zidane, who could take the place of the Argentine in Paris. “Marca” suggests, however, that the transfer of the French to the runner-up in the country is inevitable. His name is to appear even in discussions between PSG players. The players know what is happening and sense that such a change may soon take place in the club.

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David Martin is the lead editor for Spark Chronicles. David has been working as a freelance journalist.

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