Pochettino reveals the team he would leave Tottenham for

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Dom Le Roy

Tottenham Hotspur have certainly been taken to the next level by their current manager, Mauricio Pochettino, who led the club to their first Champions League Final last season.

In the five years that Pochettino has been at the helm of the Nort London outfit, he has managed to transform them from wannabes to challengers.

Tottenham also went out this summer and smashed their transfer record to sign Tanguy Ndombele, a fantastic statement of intent.

Spurs fans and Daniel Levy in particular will be hoping to see Poch in charge of the club for decades to come, but the gaffer has revealed that he wants to manage elsewhere before he retires.

Coming from Argentina and representing his country at the top level as a player, Pochettino has a desire to take charge as a manager too.

Pochettino describes this as a ‘dream’ of his, but hopefully we won’t see the move for many years to come.

Poch said (Coma Te Va): “Directing the National Team comes into my dreams to fulfil and I have a great mental strength to fulfil my dreams in reality.”

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