October 3, 2023

Mauricio Pochettino has been introduced as the new Soccer Aid World XI manager, hinting at his upcoming debut as Chelsea manager. The annual charity game will take place at Old Trafford on Sunday, June 11, and will feature the Soccer Aid World XI. For some time now, the former Tottenham manager has been hotly rumored to be the next head coach at Stamford Bridge, and the news has teased Chelsea fans.
Football. London has learned that Pochettino and the Blues reached an agreement last week for him to take over as manager after the current campaign. Just hours after the west Londoners drew with Nottingham Forest, the two parties eventually came to an understanding after several weeks of fruitful negotiations.

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The 51-year-old is anticipated to sign the deal and complete any outstanding business this week while in London. Pochettino is still anticipated to agree to a three-year contract with Chelsea.
Football. London is aware that there is no cause for concern despite the delay, and that it is ultimately up to Chelsea as a club to decide when to make the Argentine’s arrival public. The brief delay might be explained by his most recent announcement as the new Soccer Aid World XI.
Pochettino’s future will undoubtedly be in the spotlight if the Blues do not make him known before the Soccer Aid build-up. However, Chelsea supporters will be glued to their televisions on June 11 in the hopes of seeing a peek at the Argentine’s setup for the upcoming campaign.

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Despite the fanfare surrounding his hiring in West London, Simon Jordan questions if Pochettino will be successful. The talkSPORT host wrote: “Mauricio Pochettino’s impending arrival at Chelsea is an interesting one” in a writing for the Daily Mail. Yes, he developed a fantastic team at Tottenham, but he was unsuccessful in winning anything. Although I’m confident he’ll make Chelsea contenders once more, I don’t believe he’ll bring home any hardware for them since, in my opinion, he’s not a true winner; rather, he just gives you a hint of success. Winning at Paris Saint-Germain is one thing, but if you want to play for Chelsea, you better make damn sure you’re a winner, and I’m not convinced he is. For God’s sake, what are you doing if you don’t win something there?


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