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Champions League Finalists’ Boss To Leave Team After This Season

UCL Finalists’ Boss To Leave Team After This Season

Tottenham Hotspur have had a tremendous season this one, surprising everyone in Europe by displaying a great style of play under the tutelage of Argentinian boss Mauricio Pochettino, who hasn’t stopped improving the level of the team ever since he landed in North London from Southampton.

Poch has been regarded as one of the best managers in Europe right now seeing how good he has developed Tottenham from being a team full of youth into one that’s ready to play and compete for big things and this year’s Champions League is the prime example of that. Spurs will play the UCL final in front of Liverpool next June 1 and both Tottenham fans and experts believe that will be the closing of a cycle for the Lillywhites.

At this moment, Pochettino is arguably the most wanted boss in European football and it’s not a surprise that some of the biggest luminaries in the old continent are keen to steal the former Espanyol manager from Tottenham.

In fact, one of his players has suggested in recent hours that next season they “could have a new coach”. According to ​Get French Football News, Moussa Sissoko has hinted that the Argentinian may not be​ at the club next season.

When asked about whether his own future depends on Pochettino staying with Spurs, the midfielder said:

"Not necessarily, I don't know.

"At the end of the season, it could be that they have a new project, that a new coach comes, and he doesn't count on me, he wants to sell me. Many different things could happen. But for the moment I feel good there, I am happy there. And in my head, I have no thoughts of leaving."

The upcoming continental final might have more than one reason to be a rollercoaster for Spurs, as they can win the maximum trophy that a club can aspire to win for the first time ever and at the same time, it could be the last occasion they see Pochettino as their boss.

It's not a secret that this guy has been on the radar of plenty of teams in prior years and that doesn’t look to be changing this summer. Juventus has recently sacked their long-serving manager Massimiliano Allegri and everything points out that Poch is the front-runner to get the job.