Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, former Premier League manager Lawrie Sanchez has urged Tottenham Hotspur to bring back Mauricio Pochettino this summer.
The Argentine was sacked and then replaced by Jose Mourinho 18 months ago, but with the latter also recently relieved of his duties in north London, Spurs are once more searching for a new manager.
Pochettino himself is currently managing PSG following his appointment in January, although his first campaign in the French capital is hanging in the balance.
PSG are facing an uphill battle to progress from their Champions League semi-final tie with Manchester City after their first-leg defeat, whilst their hopes of winning a fourth consecutive Ligue 1 title are dependant on leaders Lille slipping up in their three remaining matches.
And Sanchez, who managed Fulham during an eight-month spell back in 2007, believes that Daniel Levy should make a sensational move to reappoint Pochettino.
He told Football FanCast:
“If I was Tottenham, I would go back and get Pochettino. I’d say ‘look, we’ve made a major mistake, we love what you have done here, come back’.
“Let him win his trophy with PSG. Having left, he realised that he wasn’t as hot as thing as he thought he was. He didn’t get the Manchester United job or any of the top jobs. He’s ended up at PSG – a one-club country.”