Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has revealed the team he supports in the Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool coming up on the 26th of May in Kiev, Ukraine.
Pochettino guided Spurs to the Champions League and defeated Real Madrid in the group stage and also top the group standings ahead of Real Madrid but were eliminated by Juventus in the second round of the competition.
The Argentine has revealed the team he supports in the final as the Tottenham boss pledge his allegiance to the Spanish team who he defeated at the Wembley in the group stage of the tournament.
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“I think Real Madrid are the favourites to win the Champions League final and I want them to win because Liverpool is our rivals in the Premier League.”
He also spoke about the possibility of coaching Real Madrid, he said that he has “three years left on my contract. If anyone wants me they have to talk to our chairman.”
"The answer was ambiguous for someone who is reportedly very interested in joining Real Madrid."
"Zinedine Zidane’s job security seems higher at the moment, with his Merengues reaching a third straight Champions League final." He told El Transistor.
Tottenham made the top four spot and a guarantee for the Champions League spot next season.