Clubs will have to agree compensation with Spurs if they want Pochettino this term
- Mauricio Pochettino is looking for a new job but the latest report claims that it's not going to be easy to hire him.
- Any potential suitor for Pochettino will reportedly have to negotiate a compensation package with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
Several top clubs may have suffered a blow in their attempts to appoint Mauricio Pochettino.
According to Matt Law of The Telegraph, any club who want to appoint Pochettino this season will have to agree a compensation package with the Spurs chairman Daniel Levy. Even though Tottenham sacked the Argentinian last month, he's not a free agent yet, as per the source.
Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Man United continue to be linked with the Argentine. However, it's hard to imagine Levy signing off on Pochettino joining bitter North London rivals, giving the other two teams a bit of a boost.
Pochettino, following five successful years at Spurs, is undoubtedly the best manager available.