Real Madrid Go 'All Out' for Mauricio Pochettino; Jogi Low Reportedly Contacted

Virginia Santiago
June 2, 2018

"When Real Madrid call you, you have to listen to them".

Low told a Germany press conference: "I can completely rule it out".

Naturally that sent Spurs fans into meltdown, with the early favourite with the bookmakers to succeed the World Cup victor at the Santiago Bernabeu being Mauricio Pochettino.

"I don't see myself continuing to win this year and I am a victor, I don't like to lose", said Zidane, who was under contract with Real until 2020.

Zidane took over at Real Madrid following the sacking of Rafa Benitez in January 2016 and won three successive Champions League titles, as well as the Liga title in 2016-17.

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That will not be lost on the Tottenham fans, although majority were hopeful they will be able to keep their popular manager even should the Champions League winners come calling.

I know many people here, and that relationship will not change, not with the president either.

"I'm just proud of being your player", Ronaldo wrote on Instagram.

He won the Spanish league title in his second season, then became the first manager to win the Champions League in his first three seasons when Real defeated Juventus in the 2017 final, and Liverpool this month.

"Of course, we have a lot of dreams, we have a lot of objectives, but the most important thing for me is to enjoy today". After doing three years, it's the right decision. "I'm not going to get involved in these things", he said when asked about a possible successor. I'm not looking for another team.

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Spanish sports daily AS reported that Pochettino's new contract does not include an agreement that he can leave Tottenham if Real make an approach for him.

Pochettino has spoken before about the possibility of being Madrid coach at some point in the future, but his situation is now complicated by having signed just last week a new Tottenham contract which runs up until 2023.

Zidane has already had his dream job in coaching, so it is unlikely he will jump back into management until he is happy with his destination.

Zidane's retirement as a Real Madrid player in 2006 also came as a surprise, when the then-33-year-old made a decision to hang up his boots in the aftermath of that year's World Cup final despite having another year on his club contract.

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