Mauricio Pochettino emerges as a candidate to take over five-time European champions

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Dom Le Roy

Mauricio Pochettino has recently refused to commit his long-term future to Tottenham Hotspur despite his side’s thrilling comeback against Ajax that saw them reach the Champions League final.

The Spurs boss has already revealed that he will hold talks with chairman Daniel Levy following the match against Liverpool on June 1st to agree on the future direction of the club (Sky Sports).

Bayern Munich have emerged as a somewhat surprise interested party in Mauricio Pochettino after apparently being put on alert by the Argentine’s uncertainty in North London (Daily Star).

Despite guiding Bayern to the Bundesliga title this season, manager Niko Kovac’s future with the German giants is in question after he failed to take them beyond the last sixteen of the Champions League.

Pochettino has seen his managerial reputation increase significantly since moving to Spurs in 2014 and has guided the club to their fourth successive top four finish.

Spurs fans will be hoping that Daniel Levy backs Pochettino with the transfer funds he requires this summer, otherwise the thought of losing our best manager since Bill Nicholson would be catastrophic.

It is imperative that the club hold onto Pochettino if we are going to continue our impressive progress over the past four years.

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