The Guardian’s Dominic Fifield isn’t convinced that Mauricio Pochettino would leave Tottenham and join Manchester United.
The Red Devils sacked Jose Mourinho and replaced him with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer till the end of the season.
The Norwegian has been brilliant so far winning each game in charge, however, the United board want to sign our manager next season, according to the Daily Star.
Fifield, however, believes that the Argentine could stick to Tottenham while speaking on the Football Writers podcast (h/t Daily Star):
“The fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has started so well, albeit against sub-standard opposition, has taken a bit of the focus away from Pochettino and his future.
“I’m still not convinced that he would go there to be honest.”
Fifield was quick to add that there could be bigger opportunities in Spain that our manager would find hard to turn down, and that is when Poch would have to decide between Manchester and Real Madrid.
Tottenham are more stable than United and Madrid at the moment, and Pochettino has created something great with Daniel Levy.
We are set to move into a new stadium soon, and the team is possibly the best we have had in the Premier League.
Moving to either club would mean starting from scratch, and he would be under constant pressure to win trophies.
Tottenham is still a work in progress and Pochettino is the right man to lead us for several years. The only thing he needs is some money to spend, and hopefully, Levy provides him that next season.