Though Mauricio Pochettino left Tottenham about a year ago, it may not be too much longer before he makes a comeback.
For now, the Argentine tactician has chosen to bide his time and take a step back from the game, but he will no doubt be itching to take up the right opportunity when it comes up.
According to The Mirror, the 48-year-old has revealed that he has had offers since leaving Tottenham, but evidently they weren’t enough to convince him to get back on the sidelines.
He did admit that the Real Madrid job is perhaps one that he has his sights set on in the future.
“They didn’t offer me to coach Barca,” Pochettino told Marca. “I didn’t see myself with Bartomeu.
“Neither PSG, nor Juventus, nor Inter Milan [made offers].
“I did have a call from Benfica and Monaco. I have no need to lie.
“I don’t know if I’ll ever coach Madrid, but of course it’s my dream. If it’s not the best it’s one of the best clubs in the world. I’m no different, everyone has it on their dream list.”