Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino, has been linked with a move to Spanish giants, Real Madrid to replace Zinedine Zidane.
Although, this is all just speculation, but the Tottenham boss has spoken about being Madrid’s boss.
Pochettino flew into Spain for a book launch on Friday where he was asked about replacing Zinedine Zidane.
He responded, “When Real Madrid call you, you have to listen to them. Although in this case it doesn’t depend on me. I have just signed a long contract with Tottenham and I am very happy here.
“I am happy at Tottenham because they let me work and we are growing together. Right now I want to focus on planning for next season and keep out of all the things that are being said. There will be lots of rumours, lots of things said, but I have no news from Real Madrid.
I’m working very comfortably at Tottenham and it’s my obligation to focus on that. I do not want, nor can I, comment on Zidane going but what he has done is undoubtedly very big: no one has won three Champions Leagues in a row recently.”
Zinedine Zidane shocked the football world when he announced his resignation as the La Liga giants’ manager on Thursday in less than a week after leading Los Blancos to Champions League glory for a third straight season with victory over Liverpool in Kiev.