Tottenham manager unlikely to take Man Utd hot seat

Ladbrokes pour cold water on talk of Mauricio Pochettino taking over at Manchester United or Arsenal

The Tipster
By The Tipster
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino Photo: Spurs TV

Mauricio Pochettino will not be the next man in the Old Trafford hotseat, according to Ladbrokes.

Despite Jose Mourinho looking increasingly likely to head to PSG, many predicted that United would turn to Pochettino, but the Argentine gaffer seems set to remain at Spurs at 1/5, with odds of 5/1 offered for him to move north this summer.

The bookies have further dismissed a controversial move across north London, with Arsenal 20/1 to replace Wenger with the ex-Espanyol boss, while a return to Southampton is also 20/1.

Dave Burin of Ladbrokes News said: “Wherever Mourinho goes, Pochettino looks set to remain at White Hart Lane. The Old Trafford job still holds prestige but it’s unlikely the Reds could lure the Argentine boss to the north-west, especially with United struggling to secure a top-four spot.”

Where will Mauricio Pochettino be at the end of transfer window?

Tottenham – 1/5
Man Utd – 5/1
Arsenal – 20/1
Southampton – 20/1

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