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Mauricio Pochettino would rather work on a farm than manage Arsenal

Mauricio Pochettino would rather work on a farm than manage Arsenal

Mauricio Pochettino is refusing to shut down rumours of a move to - but says he would rather work on a farm than manage Arsenal or Barcelona.

Zinedine Zidane insisted yesterday he was "strong enough" to drag Real Madrid out of their worst crisis since he was appointed manager in 2016.

Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is under intense pressure after the club were knocked out of the Copa del Rey by Leganes on 24 January at the Bernabeu.

Tottenham faces a battle to retain Mauricio Pochettino's services after Real Madrid reportedly made contact about its managerial position.

The former Argentina worldwide said: "I am so clear".

His fee could rise to a club-record £42m with add-ons however, and the 21-year-old has taken to Premier League football well.

"Wenger, I respect him a lot and because I respect a lot I don't want to say anything", said the Spurs boss.

What is clear, however, is that he would never coach three teams and he named them specifically, "I would never train Barcelona or Arsenal because I am tied to Tottenham". Alex Ferguson - he does not have "absolute power" to stay at Spurs indefinitely. "But it will not stop me from doing what I do now nor to think that we are going to change the situation". And then I look stupid saying I am not going to work in one place or another.

Flynn said: "I'm sure the chairman will be happy and the whole of Newport should be happy because they've just seen one of the best results in the club's history".

"That is the most hard job for us today, that everyone is conscious that when you train or play in every day you give your best, but for that you need to prepare yourself".

One blip on Zidane's successful afternoon came as Karim Benzema expressed his dissatisfaction at being substituted in the second half.

In remarks widely interpreted as referring to Tottenham and Liverpool, Wenger told media this week: "You celebrate some teams who have not been in a final for 25 years".

But Poch hit back: "For me, he is a special manager".

"There's no point to talk about another team", said Pochettino, whose Spurs side finished above Arsenal in the Premier League last season and lead them this term.

"Toby, like different players, we need to assess tomorrow", said Pochettino.

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