Pochettino reveals what’s next for him and discusses Premier League return

    Mauricio Pochettino has refused to rule out a return to the Premier League after admitting he is ready to get back into management.

    The Argentine boss left Chelsea by mutual consent and the end of the season and has since been replaced by Leicester boss Enzo Maresca.


    Pochettino was discussing his future in the aftermath of Soccer AidCredit: talkSPORT

    Having guided the Blues to sixth position, Pochettino shared an emotional post on social media to thank the club for the opportunity.

    However, Pochettino would be back at Stamford Bridge before long after already committing to manage the Rest Of The World team at Soccer Aid on Sunday – a match that they lost to England.

    Speaking to talkSPORT after the match, Pochettino said: “It was good. It was a good experience. All of the fans here gave us a nice welcome.

    “It’s a strange feeling because we finished a few weeks ago but I am happy to be here again.”

    Now out of work, Pochettino will be eyeing his next opportunity in football, but is he ready to drive straight back in?

    Asked what is next for him, Pochettino said: “I have full energy and I think we finished really well.

    “Now we just wait and see what happens. In football you never know, things can happen – today, nothing but tomorrow can appear and any opportunity, we are open to listen.”

    Asked if he would return to the Premier League, Pochettino nodded and said: “Open to football, we’re open to football,” with a smile.

    Pochettino could be back in the Premier League before too long


    Pochettino could be back in the Premier League before too longCredit: Getty

    The 52-year-old has already managed Southampton, Tottenham and Chelsea in the Premier League and as one of the most likable managers in the top flight, fans would undoubtedly love to see him back in England.

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