Football NewsMauricio Pochettino sent a farewell message to PSG and their supporters
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After a year and a half at the Parc des Princes, Mauricio Pochettino was relieved of his duties.


What did Mauricio Pochettino say?

The Argentine manager sent PSG and their supporters a farewell message on social media after his tenure at the helm ended on Tuesday, ending weeks of speculation over his future. Pochettino has been relieved of his duties at the Parc des Princes and replaced by former Lille and Nice chief Christophe Galtier as the Ligue 1 giants look to resume their push for glory after last year’s domestic success. Having lost the French title to the club during the first half-season under him, Mauricio has led them back to glory this season, although the manager has been less successful in the Champions League.

The Argentinian on IG, along with several snapshots of his time in office, stabbed by one of him in team colors from his days as a player with the club, wrote that he wanted to wish everyone at Paris Saint-Germain the very best for the future – owners, board, players, all staff and supporters. Nasser – Mauricio wants to say thank you for giving him the opportunity to be part of the Paris Saint-Germain family again. According to Mauricio Pochettino, they have enjoyed amazing moments and big victories together and as a coaching staff, with every experience they always take lessons to push their evolution into the future.

Mauricio Pochettino says they are proud to have finished as league champions at a club that has meant so much to him and his family, from his time here as a player and captain, and now as a coach.


Next steps for Mauricio

The next steps for Mauricio Pochettino are up in the air, although he is unlikely to be without offers of his services. Having previously led the Spurs to the Champions League final, Mauricio now boasts silverware under his belt from his time with Paris Saint-Germain, which will be a boost to his resume. Previously, Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with a return to Tottenham or a move to Man Utd at various points over the past year – but with Conte apparently settling in north London and ten Hag set at Old Trafford, neither move is likely will be implemented in the near future.