Manchester are now in full picture on what to expect in there bid to appoint Pochettino as there next Boss. These is after the rumours are out that the French giants are willing to accept a whooping £10m as part of his fee on settlement of his contract.
At least from the premier league giants, United for them to price him away from Parc des Princes. The latter is now in the UK to undertake his duties with PSG against Manchester City in a Champions league commitments.
Former Southampton and Spurs boss, Pochettino is not happy at the French outfits. With four months into his job the unsettled Argentine is struggling. To get along or even control the egos in the dressing room with the likes of Messi, Di Maria, Neymar and Kylian the casualties on the matter.
The fact that his family still lives in London is another challenge which is tough for him to manage. The two clubs, PSG and red devil's are believed to be in talks. Over the the 49 year old crossing over to UK and a possibility of an agreement being achieved is on the cards.
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