Gary Neville Wants This Manager To Be Jose Mourinho’s Successor

England coach Gary Neville.

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Gary Neville has revealed that he wants Tottenham gaffer Mauricio Pochettino to replace Jose Mourinho when the latter decides to leave Man Utd.

Disregarding the fact that the Argentine tactician is yet to savour a title at Tottenham, the English legend believes the 46-year-old is worthy of taking charge of the Mancunian helm.

The influential figure believes that the manager is extracting the absolute maximum from the Spurs players, as the Lilywhites are about to qualify for the Champions League for the third successive season.

Nevertheless, the pundit also claims that Mourinho should stay at Old Trafford for at least another three years to win the Premier League trophy for the Red Devils.

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“When Jose Mourinho’s time is finished at Man Utd, whether that’s one years, two years, I hope it’s three years, and I hope he wins multiple Premier League titles because I think he’s a fantastic manager, but this is the guy I would want to manage the football club I support,” Neville said on Sky Sports.

“I think he’s the guy who deserves it. It’s probably the same for Paris Saint-Germain, it’s probably the same for Real Madrid. Daniel Levy knows that and I think that’s coming in the next 12 months for Tottenham.”

“He is a big in a sense that if he leaves it will be an issue for Tottenham. He is extracting the maximum from very limited resources.”

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