‘Sign in 8 years ago’ English scout “Pochettino is open to return to Tottenham”

Eight years ago, in 2015, a former Tottenham scout who recruited Son Heung-min, the “Son Sessional”, mentioned the possibility of manager Mauricio Pochettino’s return to Tottenham.

On the 26th (Korean time), the British daily The Sun quoted former York City manager David Webb, who had recruited Son Heung-min with manager Pochettino as Tottenham’s former power reinforcement team leader and scout, ‘The possibility of manager Pochettino’s return to Tottenham is open. ‘ reported.

In the last game before the A-match break, Tottenham led 3-1 against Southampton in the relegation zone, but immediately after drawing 3-3, manager Antonio Conte held a press conference criticizing the players’ attitude like grains of sand, and later said that Conte was fired. In the midst of this sudden rise, the name of manager Pochettino is also starting to be mentioned again.

In an interview with The Sun, Webb drew the line that he did not know the recent relationship between manager Pochettino, who was sacked from Tottenham in 2019, and Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, but said that if Conte quits, manager Pochettino will stand in the closest line. asserted 토토사이트

“I don’t think Pochettino will stick to the Premier League alone. If a good offer comes in from Spain or Germany, they’ll be open there too,” he insisted. “But the Premier League will always be his first choice.” He added: “Coach Pochettino has been phenomenal at Tottenham and will be open to returning.”

Webb, who is known to have discovered and raised young Wilfried Zaha with Son Heung-min, said, “I have been in contact with Zaha, the national representative of Côte d’Ivoire, until recently. Zaha’s contract with Crystal Palace is scheduled to expire this summer. The club’s sacking of manager Vieira could be the reason Zaha is leaving Crystal Palace.” At the same time, he also hinted at the possibility of signing Zaha when Pochettino is appointed to Tottenham. “If Zaha wants to stay in the Premier League, it is most likely that he move to another London club, and manager Pochettino also likes Zaha very much,” he hinted. “As far as I know, other London clubs are ideal for a new challenge, and I know there have been good offers from abroad, such as Saudi Arabia, but I think it’s ideal to try yourself at a better club in the Premier League.” . “I know that manager Pochettino is a big fan of Zaha. Zaha still has the qualities to be in the Premier League, so he will remain an attractive player for years to come.”

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