Ralf Rangnick is Manchester United’s interim manager until the end of the season and after that, he will work as a consultant for the Old Trafford club for two years.

The Red Devils, therefore, have to look for a new manager, and Mauricio Pochettino is on their target list. He is currently at Paris Saint-Germain, where his position is questioned, after their elimination from the Coupe de France against OGC Nice.

L’Equipe now explain ‘no revolution is expected’ at Parc des Princes before they face Real Madrid in the Champions League knockout phase.

The newspaper points out the former Tottenham Hotspur manager has ‘lost more titles than he has won’ in 13 months at the club.

L’Equipe states Pochettino has ‘confided privately to his those close to him: he has few illusions about the continuation of his adventure in Paris’ beyond this season.

It’s said ‘Manchester United’s interest has returned to his ears’, but that has not stopped the coach from taking the PSG job with ‘utmost seriousness’.

Pochettino’s relationship with Leonardo, the club’s sporting director, is ‘complicated’. If PSG were to make it to this season’s Champions League final, then it would be difficult to see the club sacrificing the manager.

On the other hand, an exit from the Europe’s top elite club competition could lead to a ‘hot summer’ at PSG, for Pochettino and also for the club’s leaders.