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Mauricio Pochettino would not automatically accept the Manchester United job if offered it, with the Tottenham Hotspur manager having several reservations about leave north London.

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"Spurs won the reverse fixture 3-0 at Old Trafford earlier in the season, but this is a United side playing with pace and flair and not lacking in confidence".

"I have good memories of him", said Pochettino of Solskjaer.

Furthermore, he does not consider a move to Manchester to be his decision alone to make, and will consult his family and coaching staff - who would all have to move with him.

"He's one of the people I admired the most".

Pochettino and Solskjaer will be opposite each other on the touchline when Spurs take on United in their Premier League clash at Wembley on Sunday.

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"I think he was one of, or was the best manager in the world, in the history of football, and to have the possibility to see him every day is massive". He told players it was their duty to put smiles on the faces of supporters, reportedly declaring: "If you can't enjoy yourself at United, where can you enjoy yourself?" "He is like an encyclopaedia of football".

"In that case when I say we need, we need to find a different way to operate, between all, sharing ideas and trying to find different ways to adapt, the new sporting project".

"When Solskjaer scored, we were shouting, celebrating, I don't know why". "We were in a very bad place and started to walk, we crossed and jumped, up, up and up, and we arrived at the President's (box) and found two seats". We were neutral people watching a fantastic game.

"But today we are in the top for facilities and for the last few years the club is fighting against the big sides".

The Red Devils finished second and without a trophy under Jose Mourinho last season.

"He is not an easy person to do business with", said the Argentine.

"For different reasons, because after almost five years, always you need to refresh the project, to find a different way". Certainly mid-table in terms of facilities.

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