Manchester United have reportedly made contact with Mauricio Pochettino as pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to grow.
And it seems the former Tottenham boss already inadvertently laid out his plans to Ed Woodward while a guest on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football.
United have long been linked with Pochettinho, and speculation has stepped up in recent weeks on account of the Red Devils' poor form.
Last time out Manchester United were beaten by Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League, just day after losing at home to Arsenal.
According to the MEN, United are now feeling out Pochettino over possibly replacing Solskjaer as boss, but are reluctant to pull the trigger just yet.
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Pochettino is known for his exciting, pressing style of football, and he went into great detail about it on Monday night, revealing what he could bring to a new side.
"I think we spent a little bit more time than we did at Southampton," he said. " Southampton was different to Tottenham, and of course, when we arrived at Tottenham, the circumstances were completely different.
"Tottenham was a team with 33 players, was a team that was trying to create some identity and that was why they hired maybe a young coaching staff and manager and to try and develop different ways to approach the games.
"In the same way I am talking about Nicola and Southampton, but for us, Tottenham was an amazing job, more than five years that we really enjoyed from day one.
"All the people and the staff there that were helping from day one, to us, to help us be successful. Then, the players, they were amazing too.
"We had a group with different habits, the players were not responsible for the habits they adopted, it's always who leads the club.
"Then, you need to create the line from the top and to be strong in your principle and the way you're going to develop and lead the way things happen.
"That was amazing, to have this facility, to feel free to create something special in Tottenham, that was amazing. Then, of course, in all change, it's always painful, but when you arrive at a new club, you need to make some changes.
"If you arrive at the beginning, it's easier, but if you arrive in the middle, the same, you need to start to build and that's why it's so important to create a big platform and that's what we really believe.
"For the coaching staff, it's about building the platform where the players can feel comfortable and can improve. It's so important."
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