Mauricio Pochettino intends to ‘return to manage in Europe’

Mauricio Pochettino led Tottenham to the 2019 Champions League final

Worn Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is “open to listen to to initiatives” in Europe as he plans a return to administration.

The 47-one year-frail spent five-and-a-half years to blame of Spurs beforebeing sackedfinal month andchanged by Jose Mourinho.

“There are rather plenty of clubs and tasty initiatives for me to clutch on,” Pochettino told Fox Sports actions Argentina.

“It’s my intention to return to administer in Europe.”

He added: “But now I’m in a position to also just still be quiet for a couple of days and learn about what happens.”

Pochettino led Spurs to four successive high-four finishes and final season’s Champions League final, which they misplaced to Liverpool.

But Tottenham struggled for consistency beneath him this time interval and had been 14th within the desk when he became disregarded.

He has returned to his native Argentina following his exit from the London membership and has been linked with Arsenal and Bayern Munich.

Arsenal are with out a manager following the sacking of Unai Emery, while Bayern Munich contain Hansi Flick in meantime fee following their dismissal of Niko Kovac.

“For the time being the ideal thing is for me to optimistic my head after five-and-a-half nice seasons with Tottenham,” added Pochettino.

“My fair is to gaze the capacity to rebuild myself and salvage my self-motivation support.

“I haven’t had rather plenty of time to digest what has took website.

“My first possibility became to draw support to Argentina, return to my home and learn about household and mates. My handiest possibility became to draw to Argentina to swap off for 10 days.

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“But I inquire to return to Europe to draw choices on my future. At my age I set no longer need rather plenty of time to recover. I am open to listen to to initiatives attach before me.”

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