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‘Mauricio Pochettino is not happy to maintain and stay’, says Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers as Tottenham boss is linked with Real Madrid

  • September 21, 2019
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But, an in exclusive interview with talkSPORT, the Northern Irishman also said Pochettino is driven to constantly improve teams and is ‘not happy just to maintain and stay’, in a perceived warning to the club over their highly-coveted boss’ future.

GAMEDAY: Tune in as talkSPORT bring you full LIVE commentary of Leicester vs Tottenham, Saturday September 21, Kick Off: 12:30pm

Real Madrid have reportedly set their sights back on the Argentine, with Zinedine Zidane feeling the heat at the Bernabeu after the Spanish giants’ poor start to the season and humiliating 3-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.

Spurs fans had probably thought they’d heard the last of reports linking their boss with a move away, especially after keeping him happy over the summer by spending over £80million on new signings.

But Tottenham, too, have experienced a shaky start to the new campaign.

The have claimed two wins from their opening five Premier League games, and while they thumped Crystal Palace 4-0 in their previous outing, the optimism that mauling created was swiftly erased in just a matter of days as they blew a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Olympiakos in their Champions League opener.

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