“Happy” in Paris, Pochettino denies rumors about his signing by United – 11/23/2021

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MANCHESTER, UK, 23 November 2021 (AFP) – “Happy” at Paris Saint-Germain, with whom he has a contract until 2023, coach Mauricio Pochettino on Tuesday denied rumors that Ole Gunnar would be leaving Manchester after his resignation. United in charge. Solskjaer.

“I have a contract until 2023 and I am very happy in Paris Saint-Germain. It is a fact,” said the Argentine coach at the press conference before the Champions League match against Manchester City.

Many questions from the French and British press centered on United’s alleged interest in signing Pochettino, who had once coached Southampton and Tottenham in England, with a profile that was fitting for Old Trafford.

“I am not a boy. I have spent my whole life playing football. I have been training for over twelve years. We are used to rumors in football. I know very well how it works, Sometimes in a positive way, sometimes in a negative way. I don’t. I let it distract me. There are rumours, you have to live with it,” the Argentine insisted.

“I am not going to speak (rumours) out of respect for my club and the other club. It is not my problem what is happening at the other club. I am focusing on PSG,” he insisted.

“I am very happy at PSG. I was a player here, I love the club, its fans. It is a wonderful moment to be here,” he reiterated.

Pochettino also recalled statements made about the great Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson between 1986 and 2013: “I would not make that mistake. What could I have said in the past, when I was at Espanyol in Barcelona, ​​that My dream was to meet Ferguson which, if I say it now, could be misinterpreted or taken out of context.”

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