According to the reports from England, Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has expressed his determination to remain in London until the end of his managerial career.
Upon his arrival from Southampton back in 2014, the Argentinean coach had some struggles in his inaugural season as Spurs’ chief of staff.
However, Tottenham’s results in the next three years have made the ex-Espanyol player one of the most respected managers in Europe.
Under the stewardship of the 46-year-old tactician, the London outfit has qualified for the Champions League three times in a row.
Tottenham only missed out on the most prestigious club competition once during his four years of charge.
During his time in London, Pochettino has been named the Premier League Manager of the Month three times, each time in a separate season.
Although he is yet to wrap up a trophy with Tottenham, the charismatic coach has done a magnificent job, forming a united team composed of numerous prosperous youngsters.
Unlike many other Premier League managers who splash out insane figures to strengthen their rosters each season, Pochettino has adopted a more ‘cost-effective’ approach.
Known for his affection for fresh talents the Argentinean has already ‘reared a few stars during his spell with the Spurs.
Indeed, Pochettino was the man to fire Harry Winks, Eric Dier, and Dele Alli into the very top of the Premier League football.
Moreover, under his tutelage, Christian Eriksen has established himself as one of the best playmakers in Europe, while Toby Alderweireld became one of the most appreciated defenders in the English top flight.
Mauricio’s exceptional work in north London hasn’t gone unnoticed, as Barcelona and Real Madrid both showed their interest to capture his services.
After Julen Lopetegui got sacked due to Los Blancos’ nightmarish start of the La Liga campaign, media all across Europe have labeled Pochettino as the prime suspect to take over the managerial role at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
However, the former Argentina international seems to have no intention of abandoning the Premier League anytime soon.
Worshiped by the fans and respected by his players, Pochettino has already become one of the most influential figures in Tottenham’s hierarchy over the past decade or so.