Pochettino ‘fed up’ at PSG amid Manchester United links 

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PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino is reportedly frustrated at the capital of France amidst interest from Manchester United as per the report in French outlet Foot Mercato

Following the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Argentine boss was linked with a move to the Old Trafford stadium. However, the Red Devils hierarchy decided to appoint Ralf Rangnick until the end of this season. 

Meanwhile, Pochettino is still on Manchester United’s wishlist and along with him Erik Ten Hag, Luis Enrique and Julian Lopetegui are also linked with a move to the theatre of dreams. 

According to the report, Pochettino is feeling tired at the French capital after only one year at the club and the Argentine is fed up with PSG’s way of running. The report also stated that his relationship with the club’s sporting director, Leonardo, has deteriorated in recent times. 

The 49-years-old wanted to sign Tanguy Ndombele in this transfer window but the club management failed to secure a deal for the Frenchman which has made him even more frustrated.

Our View:

Mauricio Pochettino could be a very good appointment for Manchester United. The Argentine boss likes to play with a high-intensity, pro-active brand of football and this will excite the Old Trafford faithful. 

However, the biggest concern will be the 49-year-old’s lack of success during his managerial tenure. Despite coming pretty close to winning the Premier League and the Champions League title with Tottenham Hotspur, the former Spurs boss failed to lead his side over the line. 

Meanwhile, the story remained the same at the Parc des Princes as Pochettino’s PSG fell short to Lille the last term in Ligue 1. Therefore, the Argentine is yet to win a big silverware in order to convince the Mancunians as to whether he will be the right man for the job. 

So, it will be interesting to see who will become the next Manchester United manager. Few reports were claiming that Ralf Rangnick wants to see Erik Ten Hag over the Argentine as the next Red Devils boss. But, the German boss has earlier stated that he will be happy to take the job permanently. 

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