Former PL striker says Pochettino might be tempted to leave this summer

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Dom Le Roy

Mauricio Pochettino has done a great job since arriving at Tottenham in 2014. He has transformed the club into Champions League regulars and a team that competes at the top end of the Premier League, while simultaneously overseeing their transition into the new stadium.

The Lilywhites have managed to get to the final of the Champions League this season while ensuring a top 4 finish yet again, despite the fact that the club failed to add a single player in the last two transfer windows.

The Argentine, who has spoken of the need for the club to operate in a different manner starting next season (SkySports), was linked with a move to Manchester United before Red Devils decided to appoint Ole Gunnar Solksjaer on a permanent basis (Standard).

Now, former Premier League striker Clinton Morrison has suggested that Pochettino might be tempted to leave North London if Juventus come calling in the summer. Poch has been linked to a Juve move in recent days (Express).

Speaking to talkSPORT (8:26 am, Saturday, May 18th), the former Crystal Palace man said, “Tottenham will be looking over their shoulders cause Poch might want to go Juventus.”

The Italian giants now have a vacancy in their managerial position after Massimiliano Allegri and the club decided to part ways following 5 successful seasons in charge.

Spurs Web Opinion

With Solksjaer at Man Utd and Zidane at Madrid, it is no surprise that the media has now started linking the Argentine with Juventus. Unfortunately, managerial rumours are something Spurs have had to deal with aplenty over the last three seasons. We at Spurs Web are convinced that Pochettino will stay at the club and look to build on what he’s achieved now that the club has completed their move into the new stadium.

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