According to a report by the Manchester Evening News, former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has left the door open to an approach by Tottenham’s north London rivals Arsenal.
Former player, Freddie Ljungberg was appointed as the interim head coach by Arsenal after they sacked Unai Emery last week due to string of poor performances and results.
The club are said to have begun their search for replacements with Pochettino reportedly near the top of their list of targets.
The report claims that the Argentine, who was sacked by Tottenham just over two weeks ago is prepared to take over at Arsenal if the project is right, even if it means tarnishing his Spurs legacy.
Pochettino stated last year that he would never consider managing Arsenal even if Daniel Levy decided to sack him in the future (talkSPORT).
Spurs Web Opinion
Not for one second do I believe that Pochettino will take the Arsenal job. Not only does the 47-year-old have too much class for that but it is a fact that bigger offers will come his way should he remain patient. If he is to take over at another Premier League club, I feel it is likely to be Manchester United.
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