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Mauricio Pochettino who is currently the manager of Tottenham Hotspur will undoubtedly become the topic of every other debate once the current season comes to an end.

And frankly, you do not need any kind expertise to predict this.

Manchester United sacked Jose Mourinho last month and now Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken over as caretaker manager until the end of the season.

The club are planning to bring in a new long-term boss during the summer and almost everyone knows that Mauricio Pochettino is their first choice.

A number of people have claimed that it will be really hard for the Argentinian to reject a move once Man United come calling but now the manager has sort of revealed his future plans with the Lilywhites.

“I hope, or I wish, to be here 20 years, and decide to leave or to finish my career here,” Pochettino said.

“I am so focused here, and want to help the club to achieve what the club want to be in history.”

“It would be fantastic. I am so happy to be here. I am so happy to work in that pressure. Why not?”

Mauricio Pochettino has maintained that he is not attracted by the Man United job and wants to stay with Spurs.

But the Red Devils aren’t the only club who are interested in signing him.

La Liga giants Real Madrid have been on the hunt for him ever since Julen Lopetegui’s flamboyant failure.

Santiago Solari has since then replaced Lopetegui but reports suggest that Florentino Perez is eyeing Mauricio Pocettino as the next manager for Real Madrid.

With two big clubs interested in the Argentinian it will be really hard for him to look away but the fact that he had signed a new contract with Spurs last summer will give the fans some hope that he will remain loyal.

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