When Mauricio Pochettino sees through the details of his new five-year contract with Tottenham, which he signed before he knew Zinedine Zidane would leave Real Madrid, the mirror claims to have gotten hold of a soiled photocopy of the document and explained the most important provision in it: no release clause.
That won & # 39; Stop the European champion trying to get him naturally. Real President Florentino Perez is reportedly ready to launch a "total persecution" on Pochettino after Zidane's shock resignation, although Spurs will demand a "massive transfer fee" from Daniel-Levy.
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In this case, the sun suggests that Perez instead to another premier League legend could pass over. No, not Alan Pardew. It's Jürgen Klopp.
The Liverpool boss was allegedly identified as a "leading candidate" for the acquisition of Zidane, although the German, like Pochettino, will still have some years on his contract with Anfield and the Reds will "fight tooth and nail"
The Telegraph says it seems "inevitable" that Real is approaching Pochettino but has called Massimo Massimo Allegri Juventus manager "an achievable goal" despite the fact that the Italian is under contract for another two years. Perhaps it is worth noting here that Pardew is actually available after our sources.
Also available, not to forget, is Zizou. The three-time Champions League winner from France is leaving Madrid with his reputation, which was reinforced by the historic win against Liverpool last week, and could probably have any job he wants. Or he could go to Chelsea.
The Sun says the blues "target" the 45-year-old as a substitute for Antonio Conte, as he is fed up with negotiating with Napoli for Maurizio Sarri's release.
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The owner Roman Abramovich allegedly plans to ask Zidane if he wants an immediate return to management. If he says no (or more likely, says "Maybe, but not at Chelsea, buddy"), then the Mail says the blues will appeal to another French legend, Laurent Blanc, to take on Conte. And even if he says no, Abramovich will ask – wait for that – Avram Grant.
Imagine winning Zidane as manager and ending with Avram Grant.
There are probably some moves among the players at Stamford Bridge. Sky Sports reports that the club has closed its dealings with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and will "probably sell" the Belgian this summer. Romays Alisson should replace him.
The blues were also given the opportunity to take out Gonzalo Higuain Juventus in exchange for Alvaro Morata to the standard.
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Meanwhile, Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho has created a "10-man shortlist" of players he would like to sign, who would be the supraregional Ashing contains inclusions of Jack Grealish from Aston Villa and Mario Mandzukic from Juve (Express).
These include Ivan Perisic, Alex Sandro, Toby Alderweireld, Marko Arnautovic, Djibril Sidibe, Diego Dalot, Fred and Gareth Bale, although the Welshman could end up staying with Real Madrid following the departure of his archenemy Zidane