MAURICIO POCHETTINO is being targetted by four clubs including Inter Milan and Juventus, according to reports.
The former Tottenham manager remains in high demand following his sacking by Daniel Levy in November.
Poch, 48, has previously expressed his desire to continue managing in England after seven years working in the Premier League.
Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund are also believed to be in contention to land his signature.
Inter are considering Antonio Conte’s position at the San Siro after the second half of their campaign fell flat.
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His side were knocked out the Champions League in the group stages, while they are nine points behind table-toppers Juventus despite being top at Christmas.
Despite Sarri remaining on course for the Scudetto, his position at Juventus has also been called into question following reports of unrest among his squad.
A lot could depend on how Juventus progress in the Champions League as they seek their first triumph since 1996.
They host Lyon in the second-leg of their last 16 clash needing to turn around a 1-0 deficit.
Pochettino guided Tottenham to a shock Champions League final last year which ultimately ended in defeat to Liverpool.
Newcastle have also been linked with Pochettino ahead of a new era at the end club if their £300million takeover goes through.
It remains unclear whether he would be interested in the position but may have some decisions to make if a top Premier League job doesn’t become available.
Pochettino previously said of his next job: “Of course we love England, and the Premier League. We feel very good here. We are still living here in London.
“I am not going to change my feelings now because I am not involved in the Premier League at this moment.
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“I still think the Premier League is the best league in the world. We enjoy it a lot.
“Of course, it’s one of the options. Of course, it can be my priority but I am not closed to move to a different country.
“It’s going to be difficult to leave this country – but not impossible.”