Tottenham sacked the Argentine in November 2019 after five years at the club. Pochettino may not return to Tottenham, and if he does, it could be a disaster. Still, in a sport marked by cynicism and greed obsessed with winning at all costs, Pochettino is considering. It’s quite a reassuring thing to be back at the club. For lack of a better description, he likes the feeling. In a game marked by greed and gluttony, Pochettino’s return to Spurs and the reaction to him has been refreshing. Pochettino, Spurs and his fans remained in touch in a game full of empty platitudes and occasional expressions of love.
On 12 May 2016, Pochettino agreed to a five-year contract extension with Tottenham until 2021, confirming that his title had changed from “head coach” to “manager”, Although he confirmed that the character itself is no exception.
Players coached by Pochettino also praised Pochettino’s approach and guidance to the man with his willingness to give advice, encouraging players to take responsibility for their growth and helping them improve physically, technically and mentally.
On 18 January 2013, the dynamic Tottenham Hotspur manager was announced as the new first team manager of Premier League club Southampton, replacing Nigel Adkins and becoming the second Argentine manager in English football after Osvaldo Ardiles. Pochettino officially moved to North London in May 2014 – at the end of the season – giving Southampton plenty of time to find a successor. On 2 January 2021, Pochettino was appointed head coach of Paris Saint-Germain on an 18-month contract, seeing Pochettino spend two years in his playing career. After a string of poor results and joined Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain as head coach in 2021.
Antonio Conte believes Tottenham’s return to the pitch is his brilliant career’s “biggest challenge”. Conte replaced Nuno Espirito Santo as Tottenham manager last month, and his tenure has been indifferent. Antonio Conte, Tottenham‘s first pick of the summer, has signed an 18-month deal to fill the position while Spurs struggle to get their season back on track. For the second time in just six months, Tottenham was looking for a new manager following the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo less than 48 hours after the Spurs lost to Manchester United’s Nuno Espirito Santo.
According to The Athletic, Mauricio Pochettino has found life at Paris Saint-Germain frustrating, and the club is not thrilled with what he has done during his first six months in charge: Paris Saint-Germain Won two home cups but were not quite there yet. After losing the league title to Lille that too in four years, it was evident that Pochettino’s future at the club would be at risk.
With now PSG announcing that they will be parting ways with the current manager at the end of the season, it is quite possible that Pochettino may make a return to London as Spurs are currently struggling to complete their given task.