Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino has been spotted wearing Tottenham-branded clothing while on holiday.
Pochettino appeared to be in good spirits as he enjoyed some down time away from the stresses of management, even though he is set to be relieved of his duties as PSG manager in the coming hours. And football fans were quick to notice the Argentine's choice of attire as he posed for a picture with former Espanyol team-mate Ivan de la Pena.
Despite his current status as PSG boss (just about), Pochettino chose to wear an old Nike top bearing the words 'Spurs' underneath the brand's famous tick.
His fashion sense didn't go unnoticed by Spurs fans on social media. One wrote: "Mauricio Pochettino is still repping the Spurs merch during his holiday."
Someone else said: "Pochettino in Spurs merch on holidays is exactly what I needed today." While a third Twitter user said: "Mauricio Pochettinooooo his magic you knowww come home conte cries too much."
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Others thought there was an ulterior motive behind Pochettino's shirt, including one fan who said: "He knows exactly what he’s doing. And I love him for it. See you after Conte’s inevitable meltdown sweet prince x."
"Should come back as Conte’s no.2 then take the reigns again after couple seasons," another person. As someone else chimed in with: "If it wasn't for the fact we have Conte, I'd want nothing more than to have Poch back."
Pochettino was heavily linked with a return to Tottenham following the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo last Autumn, but the former Southampton man chose to remain at PSG as Spurs appointed Conte to the role.
And while Conte looks set to remain in charge in north London next season, it seems to be the end of the road for Poch at Parc des Princes. Reports emerged on Sunday that PSG have reached an agreement with the 50-year-old boss that will see him leave his role ahead of the 2022-23 season.
The Athletic say that the decision is mutual between club and manager, with both sides agreeing that a parting of the ways is the most sensible option.
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