Roman Abramovich wants Mauricio Pochettino to replace Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager

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Roman Abramovich wants Mauricio Pochettino to replace Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager

Mauricio Pochettino has cast doubt over his Tottenham future after revealing he will hold crunch talks with Daniel Levy where he will urge the club's chairman to "be courageous and take risks".

The decision to offload the quintet was taken before Pochettino's controversial comments after Sunday's epic 5-4 season-ending win over Leicester.

Critics have once again rounded on Tottenham's failure to win a trophy this season, but Kane says Mauricio Pochettino's men have achieved what they set out by sealing a top-four berth.

"It is the moment the club need to take risks".

According to the Daily Telegraph, the key to negotiations will be whether Tottenham are willing to fund Pochettino's £150m plans.

"I think Daniel is going to listen to me".

He again reiterated his overall ambition for the N17 club to be contenders for "big, big trophies", but conceded now is the time to take risks.

Defender Toby Aderweireld is another likely to leave because he wants more money but if possible Pochettino would like the club to persuade the £40 million-valued Belgian to stay.

He said: "We need to talk a lot between us and the club. But you know me and sometimes I have some insane ideas", said Pochettino.

Whilst PSG interest would be sensible for the French club (as we've already explained), there's been hardly anything on this in the usually well informed Parisian media.

"Today 100 percent I feel I am here, but it is important to think that tomorrow all can change, because it's not in my hands".

"I have a contract and I respect my contract", Puel told reporters.

"You need to give your best every day and work with these fears that you can lose your job if you're not professional".

Asked if he will be Tottenham manager at the start of next season, Pochettino added: "In football you never know".

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