Former Tottenham Hotspur boss, Mauricio Pochettinho is reportedly in no hurry to return to management, and is willing to wait for the top job at any of Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain.
The Argentine has long been linked with a potential move to Manchester United as replacement for the boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, who is reportedly on the verge on losing his role.
Back to back losses Arsenal and Istanbul Bakasehir meant that Solskjaer came under public and media scrutiny, with Pochettinho touted as his replacement.
The Athletic also reported that United higher-ups met with Pochettinho over a possible take over from Solskjaer, but the news has long been debunked.
United managed an important win over Everton last weekend, to ease the pressure on Solskjaer, but unless the rub continues, the rumours are not expected to go away.
The Athletic, however adds that Pochettinho is willing to wait things out, and see what happens at Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and PSG, whose bosses are yet to make a flying start to the new season.
The man himself recently said during a recent interview on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football: “I am always ready to go again and be involved in the game.
“It’s not stress when you are working, it’s not stress going into the training round to prepare the match and to compete.
“I hope to go back soon so we can start again to work. I am looking forward to being back in the game. I love this game but it’s difficult. We are inside and working on doing things. That’s the reality.”
Athletico Bilbao, are also said to be interested in Poch, but considering his enormous wage demands, it’s unlikely they will go for him.