Bayern Munich are considering Mauricio Pochettino as replacement for Nico Kovac, who was sacked weeks ago after a scandalous 5-1 defeat to Eintraht Frankfurt.
Pochettino was himself sacked on Tuesday by Tottenham Hotspur following a string of poor form. He was replaced by Jose Mourinho and has now been tipped to take over at the Bundesliga champions, according to Sky in Germany.
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The Argentine manager has also been linked with Arsenal and Barcelona.
Pochettino began his managerial career at Espanyol in January 2009, remaining in the post for nearly four years. He then managed in the Premier League, first with Southampton where he led them to an eighth-placed finish in the 2013–2014 season, their highest league position since 2002–03, while also recording their highest points tally since the Premier League began in 1992–93.
After one season at Southampton, he managed Tottenham, whom he led to top-three finishes in three of his first four seasons. In 2019 Pochettino led Tottenham to the Champions League final for the first time in the club’s history.