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EPL English Premier LeaguePremier League managers merry-go-round: Mauricio Pochettino, Peter Bosz to replace Steven Gerrard...

Premier League managers merry-go-round: Mauricio Pochettino, Peter Bosz to replace Steven Gerrard and Bruno Lage?

Premier League managers merry-go-round: Steven Gerrard to be sacked in favour of Mauricio Pochettino?

Currently, Steven Gerrard is in charge of Aston Villa, but considering the Birmingham club’s dismal start to the season, that may soon change. Villa would like to hire a very famous figure to replace Gerrard if he must depart shortly.

In such situation, Mauricio Pochettino ought to visit Villa Park, claims The Daily Telegraph, a reputable British daily. The daily adds that Pochettino will be courted by the club at all costs and that Gerrard will remain in his position until a replacement has been identified. If the Argentine manager, who most recently oversaw a couple of elite European teams with Tottenham Hotspur and Paris Saint-Germain, expresses no interest, Unai Emery and Thomas Tuchel might potentially be taken into consideration.

So far, Pochettino has been the ideal candidate. He and his Tottenham Hotspur club advanced to the 2019 Champions League final, but Liverpool proved to be the superior team. After being let go by North London, he enrolled with Paris Saint-Germain. After the conclusion of the previous campaign, Pochettino was fired from the club where he was still actively playing football, despite winning the league with the Parisian juggernaut.

Premier League managers merry-go-round: Former Lyon manager Peter Bosz to join Wolves?

There’s a chance Peter Bosz will start working shortly. The Apeldoorn-born coach obtained his congé earlier this month at Olympique Lyonnais, but is currently a candidate at Wolverhampton Wanderers. After a poor start to the Premier League season, that squad fired Bruno Lage as its coach.

The Telegraph adds that Bosz has spoken to Wolverhampton’s stadium, Molineux, and that the Dutchman is a “strong contender.” The club intends to decide by the following week. The favoured candidate was Julen Lopetegui, but the Spanish coach wants to remain home to care for his ailing father.

The newspaper rates Nuno Espirito Santo’s comeback to his old team as “unlikely.” The Queens Park Rangers’ head coach, Michael Beale, is reportedly too pricey. The club has supporters for Rob Edwards, a former player who is now a youth coach. However, the discussions with Bosz would have had a significant impact on the Wolves board. Bosz was linked to VfB Stuttgart a day after his sacking.

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