Mauricio Pochettino has already given his verdict on Chelsea management

Thomas Tuchel sacked three months after takeover by new owners.

The German coach was sacked in his 100th game against Dinamo Zagreb that resulted in a 1-0 defeat.

According to reports, Graham Potter, Mauricio Pochettino and Zinedine Zidane are shortlisted for the replacement role.

But in an interview in 2019, Pochettino revealed that would turn down a role at a rival club of a team he’d managed before like Barcelona and Arsenal.

The former PSG and Spurs manager didn’t mention Chelsea in that statement.

He said: “I am never going to be the manager of Barcelona or Arsenal because I am so identified with Tottenham and Espanyol. I grew up in Newell’s Old Boys and will never manage Rosario Central.”

“That is my decision because I prefer to work on my farm in Argentina than in some places. But my commitment is massive to this club. I am working like I am going to be here forever.

“But in the end, it is like the players. You never know what is going to happen in football. It is a lot of rumours about this, about that.”


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