Man Utd news: PSG’s Mauricio Pochettino decides to double salary as Bruno Fernandes

Manchester United could miss Mauricio Pochettino’s leadership target if PSG refuse to make sweeping changes and Bruno Fernandes is rewarded with a new long-term deal.

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Manchester United have started interviewing for their next manager and former player Mark Hughes has revealed who will get the summer job.

One of the potential targets for the Red Devils is Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino, who could be on the way following the club’s early exit from UEFA Champions League.

However, reports suggest that the soon-to-be French champions could keep the former Tottenham Hotspur boss and ask him for a move back to the Premier League.

The next boss can call Bruno Fernandes who will sign a new contract at Old Trafford. The deal will see the Portuguese playmaker double his salary and tie him up for another five years. With three years left on his contract, the club have acted quickly to set a key element in United’s future plans.

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Bruno Fernandes is close to signing a new contract at Manchester United. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

United’s Pochettino hits

Despite an early UEFA Champions League exit, Paris Saint-Germain are said to be ready to back coach Mauricio Pochettino and avoid sweeping moves.

PSG was eliminated in the round of 16 real Madrid despite being two goals clear in the second leg with 30 minutes remaining. The disappointing defeat was a blow to a club that has long cherished European club football’s biggest prize, and for many within the French club, the Champions League is the biggest trophy of the season.

However, with sporting director Leonardo set to leave, there is reason to believe PSG want to keep the Argentina manager and stop him from running into Manchester United’s arms.

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Hughes provides managerial advice

Former Manchester United striker Mark Hughes has warned his old club against hiring a manager without him First League Experience.

The Red Devils fired Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last November and have not yet replaced him permanently, instead opting to bring in Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of the season. Reports confirmed United had interviewed Ajax boss Erik ten Hag and will try to speak to more candidates in the near future as they complete their due process.

And Hughes wants the next person in the Old Trafford dugout to have spent some time coaching England’s top flight, pointing to ex-Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino.

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Fernandes is waiting for a reward

Bruno Fernandes has been a key figure for Manchester United since joining from Sporting Lisbon in January 2020 and will be rewarded with a new contract.

Fernandes has three years left on his current deal but his new deal will bring him closer to some of the club’s top earners in a sign of his current status in the dressing room. Fernandes began talks with senior figures at United over a year ago and although communications have faltered, a breakthrough in the last seven days has meant all parties have found common ground.

The new contract expires in 2027 when Fernandes turns 33.

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