Premier League giants, Manchester United seems to be edging closer by the day to appointing a new manager following the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer few days ago, with former Tottenham Hotspurs manager and now PSG boss, Mauricio Pochettihno desperate to take over the reigns at the Theatre of Dreams.
As already been revealed by several reliable British and French Sources, the Argentine tactician is bracing for an opportunity to manage the Red Devils and is ready to quit the Parc des Princess immediately for the Red half of Manchester.
Meanwhile, according to the latest reports from talkSPORT, Paris Saint-Germain are preparing themselves for an official approach from Manchester United for the services of the 49 year old tactician with them convinced that the Argentine has his heart set on Old Trafford move.
Moreover, as reported by ESPN Journalist, Laurens Julien, the Les Parisiens have already contacted former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane over potentially taking over from Pochettihno with the PSG players also said to be bracing themselves for the imminent arrival of the French tactician.
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