Tottenham London’s ex-manager Mauricio Pochettino may head Bayer Munich next summer 09:51 29.11.2019

Bayern are keeping eye on Pochettino


Tottenham London’s ex-manager Mauricio Pochettino may head Bayer Munich next summer.

Not so long ago, Bayern Munich fired head coach Niko Kovac due to unsatisfactory results. In spite of the leadership in the Champions League group and great chances on a victory in Bundesliga, the management decided not to stall with this issue because of the absence of progress.

Despite the presence on the market of such free candidates for the post of coach, as Jose Mourinho (at that time) and Massimiliano Allegri, the Rekordmeister appointed acting Hans-Dieter Flick. Now that Mauricio Pochettino has freed himself from employment in Tottenham, the Munich club management wants to see him at Allianz Arena.

At the same time, the functionaries honor traditions and are not going to terminate the agreement with Flick, giving him the opportunity to work out until the end of the season. Thanks to this, Pochettino will learn the German language, which is a necessity for the club's management for further cooperation. According to with reference to Bild, Hassan Salihamidžić highly appreciated the work of the Argentine coach and presumably they have already met regarding possible cooperation.

Looking at Pochettino's style of play, which is based on a high defense line and high pressure, this will suit Bayern. The generation change took place at the club and young promising players came, who did not see the period of victory in the 2012/13 Champions League season. Therefore, Pochettino, like most of the current squad, has ambitions in the international arena. Although for the Argentine specialist, a qualitative leap up will be winning the first title.

Therefore, Pochettino and Bayern fit each other from the point of view of football philosophy and game vision. The team is equipped with quality footballers and the style of play of modern Bayern even reminds Tottenham to many. Therefore, the club and the manager should not have a too long period of adaptation.

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