Tottenham 'want to start talks with PSG over bringing back ex-boss Mauricio Pochettino on MONDAY'

Tottenham ‘want to start talks with Paris Saint-Germain over bringing back Mauricio Pochettino on MONDAY’… and former boss ‘will ask wantaway star striker Harry Kane to commit for one more season’

  • Argentine boss Pochettino spent five-and-a-half years at Spurs from 2014-2019
  • And Tottenham reportedly want to open talks over a return as soon as next week 
  • If he does move back, it is understood he will ask Kane to stay for another year 

Tottenham are reportedly set to open talks over a dramatic return for Mauricio Pochettino as early as next week, with the former boss also set to ask star striker Harry Kane to stay for one more year if he does go back to the club. 

Pochettino had a largely successful spell in North London from 2014 to 2019 but was sacked in November with the side 14th in the Premier League, after mediocre form following the limp 2-0 Champions League final loss against Liverpool in May.

The Paris Saint-Germain manager has been heavily linked with a move back to Spurs, and according to the Sun, the club want to begin official negotiations on Monday.

Spurs are reportedly set to open talks to bring Mauricio Pochettino back as soon as Monday

If Pochettino does return, it is understood he will ask striker Harry Kane to stay one more year

Pochettino, 49, was appointed at PSG in January in his first role since leaving Tottenham, and has had mixed success in the French capital.

He led PSG to French Super Cup and French Cup victories, but they missed out on the Ligue 1 title for just the second time in the last nine years, and were knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester City after a 4-1 aggregate semi-final loss.

The Argentine is said to be disappointed with how the French side is run and has clashed with sporting director Leonardo, meaning he could be open to a return to English football.

If he is reinstated, he will ask Kane to give him another campaign at the club rather than force a move elsewhere.

The England skipper pipped Liverpool’s Mo Salah to the Premier League Golden Boot, scoring 23 goals to Salah’s 22, and is a genuine world-class forward.

He has openly discussed his desire to leave and win major trophies, with those currently unlikely at Spurs, although chairman Daniel Levy hopes the prospect of Pochettino’s return might encourage Kane to stay.

However, it is understood that keeping the 27-year-old is not a deal-breaker for the former 20-cap Argentine international. 


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