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Real Madrid, Zidane, Pochettino and more



While Mauricio Pochettino reviews the details of his new five-year contract at Tottenham, which he signed BEFORE he knew that Zinedine Zidane was leaving Real Madrid, the Mirror claims to have obtained a stained photocopy of the document and declared the most important stipulation within it: no release clause.

Similarly, it is said that there is no "verbal agreement" between the Spurs and the Argentine that he can leave White Hart Lane for the Bernabéu.

This won & # 39; I do not stop the European champions trying to catch him, of course. The royal president, Florentino Perez, is presumably ready to launch a "total pursuit" for Pochettino after the surprise resignation of Zidane, although the Spurs will demand a "mbadive transfer fee" the size of Daniel-Levy.

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In which case, the Sun suggests that Perez could turn to another managerial legend of the Premier League. No, it's not Alan Pardew. It's Jurgen Klopp.

The Liverpool boss has allegedly been identified as the "main candidate" to replace Zidane, although like Pochettino, the German has some years left in his contract with Anfield and the Reds will fight "tooth and nail" for keep it.

The Telegraph says it seems "inevitable" for the Real to get close to Pochettino, but he has badigned Juventus coach Mbadimiliano Allegri as "a more attainable goal," although the Italian also has a contract for another two years. Perhaps it is worth mentioning here, then, that Pardew is really available, according to our sources, enthusiastic.

It's also available, let's not forget, it's Zizou. The Frenchman, three times winner of the Champions League, leaves Madrid with his reputation improved by the historic victory of last week against Liverpool and could have any job he wants. Or I could go to Chelsea.

The Sun says the Blues will "attack" the 45-year-old as a replacement for Antonio Conte, having had enough of negotiating with Napoli over the release clause of Maurizio Sarri.

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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 in Chelsea, friend"), then the Post predicts that the Blues will approach another French legend, Laurent Blanc, about replacing Conte. And if he also says no, Abramovich will ask – wait – Avram Grant.

Imagine trying to get Zidane as manager and ending with Avram Grant.

There is also likely to be some movement among the staging staff at Stamford Bridge.Sports Sports reports that the club has finished contract negotiations with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and that "it is likely to sell" to the Belgian this summer, with the Alisson of Rome lined up to replace it.

The Blues also They have also had the opportunity to take Gonzalo Higuain from Juventus in partial exchange for Alvaro Morata, according to the Standard.

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Meanwhile, Manchester United coach José Mourinho has drawn up a "list of 10 players" of players he would like to sign, which contains the amazing inclusions of Jack G Realish by Aston Villa and Mario Mandzukic (Express) by Juve.

It also includes Ivan Perisic, Alex Sandro, Toby Alderweireld, Marko Arnautovic, Djibril Sidibe, Diego Dalot, Fred and Gareth Bale, although the Welshman could end up staying at Real Madrid after the departure of his nemesis Zidane.


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