Mauricio Pochettino discusses next managerial job

Jack Gallagher
Poch has discussed his future
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Ex-Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino has admitted he'd be open to taking a national team job.

Pochettino has been without a job since being sacked by PSG in the summer, despite winning his first silverware as a coach at the club - lifting the Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France.

The former PSG boss has been linked with a number of clubs since then, but speaking to Sky Sports, Poch insisted that he is also open to a move into international management, stating: "It wasn't under my consideration to go [into international management] but now, yes I am open. Why not?


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"Yes, of course we are still young, full of energy, and day-by-day I like the adrenaline to train, to be involved. Maybe the national team is a different job, but why not? If it's not the next job, then maybe in the future. It's not specific that all I want is Argentina. If another country, why not? For sure, that would be good also."

Pochettino also took the time to discuss England's World Cup credentials, stating that he sees them as one of the favourites to win the tournament in Qatar.

"England have the quality to be one of the teams with an opportunity to win the World Cup," he said. "I saw a very good performance against Wales, and I believe the quality is there. It's all about believing and performing in a way which can grant you the possibility to be there.

"But I really, really believe this year England can fight to try to lift the World Cup. [Gareth] Southgate is doing a fantastic job. He was a little bit unlucky in the final of the Euros against Italy, but he's doing a fantastic job and deserves a lot of credit."

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