Man Utd’s snub of Pochettino’s approach is “part of the method,” according to Ed Woodward, who “has a plan.”
Mauricio Pochettino is one of the frontrunners to succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United manager.
Ed Woodward, the chairman of Manchester United, is said to be unfazed by PSG’s rejection of the club’s proposal for Mauricio Pochettino. The Red Devils were thought to be looking for an interim manager to take over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until the end of the season, but with Pochettino being a long-term option, anything could happen in the coming days.
United has had a rollercoaster season, with Solskjaer ousted on Sunday and interim manager Michael Carrick orchestrating a key Champions League win on Tuesday.
Behind the scenes, a search is underway for either an interim manager to take over until the conclusion of the season, or a long-term replacement who can take over immediately.
Pochettino falls under the latter camp, and Tottenham is said to have approached PSG on Wednesday.
The Parisians, on the other hand, did not greet their visit with open arms, and it was apparently declined.
Chelsea may have found an unintended answer to Ben Chilwell’s injury woes.
Still, according to MEN reporter Samuel Luckhurst, the crisis is not just under control, but it may have been part of Ed Woodward’s strategy all along.
“They finally have a strategy now,” he continued, “which is the most promising thing about the whole situation.”
“PSG’s rejection of that inquiry is undoubtedly part of the strategy, so I don’t think they’ll be discouraged. Pochettino must now inform PSG of his desire to join Manchester United.
“It might still happen sooner rather than later — I believe it will, it’s just a matter of time.”
Chelsea are concerned about Ben Chilwell’s injury, as the star’s season may be gone.
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Pochettino is said to want to return to the Premier League, but leaving a club in the middle of the season, as with other high-profile candidates, is fraught with issues.
As a result, the United States appears to understand the need of not putting all of their eggs in one basket, and contingency plans are in place.
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