- Manchester United are reportedly growing more confident about their chances of signing Mauricio Pochettino to the club.
- Pochettino has not enjoyed his time in charge of PSG with their Coupe de France crown slipping out of their grasp against Nice on Monday piling more pressure on the Argentine..
- The former Tottenham manager is the number one candidate to take over from interim boss Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford.
Manchester United are feeling confident they can capture the services of current Paris Saint Germaine coach Mauricio Pochettino.
The Old Trafford club have identified the Argentine as their number one target to replace interim manager Ralf Ragnick who will be in charge until the end of the current season.
According to a report via Sportsmole, Manchester United board are now growing increasingly confident about their chances of bringing the former Tottenham manager back to England.
Pochettino will fancy making a move back to the Premier League having previously coached Southampton and Tottehham Hotspurs before switching to the French league with PSG.
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United are desperate to name a permanent manager as they look to rebuild their squad ahead of next season with some key players waiting for a new manager or be named before deciding on their future.
PSG uncertain about Pochettino future
Meanwhile, it is perceived that the PSG hierarchy are growing worried about Mauricio Pochettino’s capabilities of handling the current French league leaders.
According to The Sun, Pochettino is coming under yet more pressure in France following PSG’s penalty shoot-out defeat to Nice in the Coupe de France.
Reports now suggest that the Argentine’s last hope of saving his job at PSG is winning the UEFA Champions League trophy this season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Blasts Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Ousted Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says he never meant to do anything wrong, adding that manager Mikel Arteta was his problem.
The Gabonese who joined Spanish club Barcelona on transfer deadline day disclosed this during his unveiling at the Spanish club.
Aubameyang captained the Gunners until December when he was stripped of the armband as punishment for returning late from a trip.