Manchester United told ‘Pochettino knows what he wants to do’ amidst speculation

Manchester United target Mauricio Pochettino remains out of work but the former Tottenham boss is expected to be back in football before long, according to Ossie Ardiles.

Solskjaer has the full backing of the board, feels like he is the right man to lead this United side back to the very top of the game and has just picked up an impressive result against Everton.

However, there is still alot of speculation in the media which has suggested that he is still under pressure at the club and will be replaced by Pochettino if he cannot get the results the club needs to win trophies this season.

Pochettino was sacked by Spurs a year ago but has taken his time away from football as he prepares for his next job, and has been linked with the likes of United, Newcastle and Barcelona in recent months.

Now, Former Tottenham manager Ardiles believes the Argentine knows what he wants as he plots his next job, Speaking to the Evening Standard, Ardiles said: “He knows exactly what he wants to do.

“Football is his life, so he’s been watching everything and he likes to talk about football.

“He’ll take his time and, before long, he’ll be working again.”

United want success and that is what the fans feel they deserve, so if Solskjaer cannot give the club the results that he needs then a change needs to be made sooner rather than later of their season could be over.

Poch is a top boss and United would be foolish to miss out on him with the squad they have right now

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