World class ARRIVAL ‘is the right man’ for Chelsea – fans are told
Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville feels Mauricio Pochettino is the right man to take charge on a permanent basis at CHELSEA.
The 51-year-old Argentine, returns to the Premier League following previous spells in charge of Tottenham and Southampton, permanently succeeds Graham Potter.
Pochettino had been out of work since being sacked by Paris Saint-Germain last summer after 18 months in charge, but had been linked with a move to Real Madrid and Tottenham before the club swooped in with a move.
Now Neville has opened up and claimed that Pochettino is the right man to take charge of the club – given the profile of players we have signed.
“Based on what [Chelsea co-owner Todd] Boehly has said, Chelsea have done their spending for the next three years – apart from signing a centre-forward,” Neville told Sky Sports in April.
“If they appointed Zinedine Zidane, Luis Enrique or Diego Simeone, they’re going to want to have another £300m as they won’t like some of the players they’ve previously signed.
“They’d got to appoint a manager who is going to inherit and like the squad that they’ve got – a lot of them are young – and I think that man is Mauricio Pochettino.”
This is a very smart decision from the club to bring in a world class coach that knows the Premier League – Pochettino really is a classy manager.
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