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English Premier League: Mauricio Pochettino leaves Chelsea

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English Premier League: Mauricio Pochettino leaves Chelsea

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Mauricio Pochettino is leaving Chelsea after reaching a mutual agreement with the London club. It’s official now. All this, after a two-day meeting with the sports directors of the club (Paul Winstanley and Lawrence Stewart) and co-owner Behdad iqbali. Despite the ‘return’ in the Premier League and reaching the European positions (the Europa League if City wins the FA Cup, the conference otherwise), not to continue ahead.

According to the’ Telegraph’, which broke the news in England, among the names that are likely to be considered to replace Argentino will be Sebastian honis From Stuttgart, Michelle From Girona, Kieran McKenna From Ipswich Town.. And Enzo Maresca Leicester City.

Therefore, Pochettino leaves Chelsea one year after the contract (he signed for two seasons last year) and will leave London with a large compensation fee. The departure of the former PSG or Tottenham, described as “friendly”, makes him the third technician who does not finish his stage under the leadership of Buhle After Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter.

They will have to add temporary players such as the Spaniard Bruno Saltor and the legendary Frank Lampard. Thus, a total of five technicians in the pohli era.

Athletic directors Lawrence Stewart and Paul Winstanley stated that “On behalf of everyone at Chelsea, we would like to express our gratitude to Mauricio for his service this season. He will be welcomed back to Stamford Bridge at any time and we wish him all the best in his future coaching career.”

The club is now well positioned to continue progressing in the Premier League and Europe in the coming years

Mauricio Pochettino

The technician also spoke: “thank you to the Chelsea ownership group and the sports managers for the opportunity to be part of the history of this football club. The club is now well positioned to continue progressing in the Premier League and Europe in the coming years.”

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