Tottenham 'won't let Mauricio Pochettino join Man United... even for £50m'

Rex Christensen
January 12, 2019

Solskjaer has joined Sir Matt Busby in starting his United tenure with five successive wins although the consensus is the fixture at third-placed Tottenham will be the first acid test of his reign.

But he is aware that Levy makes it as hard as possible for other clubs to rob him of key personnel.

"For me, it's the opposite".

"Daniel is not an easy person to do business with", Pochettino said.

"I've only met him once myself". It's hard because I'm the manager and he can not upset me.

"The last five games haven't been too bad but there is always things to work on; the relationship between players, the cohesion and the understanding".

He said: "It was very good". But when you're talking directly to your manager, you need to be careful because one word can change the negotiation or change your mind.

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Furthermore, he does not consider a move to Manchester to be his decision alone to make, and will consult his family and coaching staff - who would all have to move with him.

When asked about the chances of Vertonghen and Dembele playing against United, Pochettino said: "I don't believe Mousa, still not match fit".

"Today the Premier League is so competitive and for Tottenham to go to, I don't know, Southampton and sign a player like they used to do, like with Gareth Bale, today it's so hard", he said. It's the same situation that happens with big clubs. "Today an English player [moving] in between the clubs, it's so hard to do business because the market is so high if you compare with Europe".

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has won every game since taking over from the sacked Jose Mourinho as interim manager and he has stated that he'd be interested in the job on a permanent basis. "I remember when he scored after 90 minutes at the Camp Nou, I was with Tony Jimenez in 1999. For him is a massive motivation to manage Manchester United, in the same way it is massive for me to manage Tottenham".

"I can only judge the team today, and they are in very good form".

"He's one of the people I admired the most".

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