Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino insists that he hasn't been paying attention to reports linking with a move to Real Madrid ahead of the January transfer window.
Los Blancos have found themselves in a rough patch and it is widely believed that the club are now working to replace their head coach,
"Real Madrid job is always going to be there for Pochettino"@JJenas8 doesn't think Pochettino would leave #Spurs mid-season should Real axe Lopetegui.— BBC 5 Live Sport (@5liveSport) October 26, 2018
📻 https://t.co/owUyZtYyXA pic.twitter.com/qJtRao1uJW
"That's why my head, my face, I look younger than I actually am. Stuff like that happens in football. You can't change anything."
Pochettino has previously been linked with moves to La Liga's biggest clubs, although a managerial stint with Barcelona has been taken off the table by the 46-year-old due to his ties with city rivals Espanyol.
That would leave the door open to Real Madrid. However, Pochettino is starting to reap the rewards of his four-year spell in north London and the Argentine could find it difficult to walk away when Spurs are considered one of the best sides in Europe.
With a stadium move just around the corner too, although that has been pushed back until 2019, Real Madrid would have to pay over the odds to have Pochettino succeed