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SportMan U set to approach Southgate if Pochettino rejects Old Trafford move

00:55  13 january  2019
00:55  13 january  2019 Source:   90min.com

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Manchester United are reportedly willing to pay up to £40million to make Mauricio Pochettino the next Old Trafford boss. They are ready to do battle with Real Madrid for Pochettino , 46, and despite the current turmoil, United believe they can sell the Argentine a more attractive proposition.

Manchester United have opened talks with Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino over replacing Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford , it has been revealed. A club source has confirmed to CaughtOffside that Ed Woodward and co. have sounded out Pochettino over a future switch to United from their

Manchester United are planning an approach for Gareth Southgate to take over at Old Trafford should Mauricio Pochettino decide to stay at Tottenham.

Ever since Jose Mourinho was sacked by the club, many names in the managerial world have been thrown about in relation to the job once Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finishes his spell as temporary manager at the end of the season - with the Norwegian himself in the mix.

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52.2m move to Old Trafford Manchester United looked to have won the race to sign Brazil midfielder Fred The 25-year- old has been in talks with the Old Trafford club since January manager wants to review his squad, although his arrival is unlikely to scupper the move .

One name in particular which looks to be ​United's preferred choice is current ​Tottenham manager Pochettino, although there is still no certainty that the Argentine wants to leave Spurs in pursuit of the job with their ​Premier League rivals.

With that being said United are said to be scouting for a potential back up option should Pochettino refuse to take the job, and it looks as though they may've just found their man. According to ​The Telegraph, United are now considering an approach to the current England manager Southgate should they not land their preferred choice.

Southgate has already become a national hero after leading England to a World Cup semi final whilst also restoring the country's faith in the national team, and he was rewarded by the FA for his efforts with a new contract in Oct

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ober which will see him remain as manager of England until after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

He has implemented an attractive style of football whilst also giving a number of young players such as Jadon Sancho and Ben Chilwell a chance in the senior set up, credentials which look to have enticed Ed Woodward and United towards the prospect of hiring him as a permanent replacement to Mourinho.

It is yet to be revealed whether or not Southgate would be interested in taking the role and it still looks as though Pochettino remains United's primary target to succeed Mourinho, however it's certainly a story worth following.

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Gareth Southgate insisted on Sunday his work as England manager was far from done as he indicated he had no interest in taking charge at Manchester United any time soon.A recent report in Britain's Sunday Telegraph said Southgate was on a shortlist being drawn up by Old Trafford chiefs as they sought a permanent replacement for the sacked Jose Mourinho.But with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the caretaker manager, having won his first seven games in charge of United, the Red Devils may have a ready-made successor in their former striker.In any case Southgate, who last year in Russia took England to their first appearance in a World Cup semi-final since 1990, and has since guided them to qualification for the inaugural Nations League finals, has unfinished business with the Three Lions.The former England centre-back made that clear when, at a Football Writers' Association dinner in London on Sunday he was asked, following the United speculation, if he felt fulfilled by the England post.- 'Job is not done' -"I'm the England manager and it's a privileged position to be in," Southgate told Sky Sports."We've had the best year for 28 years and we've got a semi-final this summer and a European Championship that's predominantly at Wembley, providing we take care of business to qualify."So it's a hugely exciting time with the team. I don't think we've progressed as far as we can yet. I think there's room for us to grow."The 48-year-old added: "I am still a young coach.

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