Mauricio Pochettino will not be Joining Bayern Munich: Reports

December 6, 2019 6:04 pm

After Tottenham Hotspurs sacked their manager Mauricio Pochettino recently, German giants Bayern Munich came out as one of the suitable destinations for him.

However, according to the latest reports from Christian Falk of Sports Bild, Pochettino will not be Bayern Munich’s head coach.

“Exclusive: Mauricio Pochettino will not become coach of FC Bayern Munich the argentinian is not one of the candidates for the bosses,” a tweet from Christian Falk read.


These reports might be delightfully welcomed by Arsenal and Manchester United, who are rumoured to be in for the Argentine.

Arsenal have recently sacked Unai Emery as the club manager, and have temporarily appointed Frank Ljungberg as their manager. The club also announced that they are looking for an announcement will be made on the same.

Recently, club legend Ray Parlour picked Pochettino as his No. 1 choice for the position of Arsenal manager.

“Number one – I don’t think he’ll go to Arsenal – but I would love to see him there, is Pochettino but I think he goes to Manchester United first, if I’m honest,” he said as per Metro.

Mauricio Pochettino and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

After the recent sackings, it is rumoured that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be in line for sacking after an array of disappointing performances. However, a win against Jose Mourinho‘s Spurs in the last game might have brought him some time.

Pochettino, 47, would definitely be well sought after his exploits in his managerial career. He first impressed in Spain, managing Espanyol for three years. He was later appointed by Southampton, where he took the club to an eight placed finish. In the next season, he was appointed by Tottenham Hotspurs. Although he did not win major trophies, Pochettino is known for building a strong Spurs squad.

Last year, he took the team to the Champions League finals, and was sacked after a disappointing performance in the current season.

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