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Manchester United stance on Gareth Southgate

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Manchester United sources have downplayed reports linking them with England coach Gareth Southgate but are refusing to rule out possible candidates to become the club's next permanent manager.

United sources have told the MEN they have not had any direct dialogue with Southgate, who signed a new England contract in October, but are continuing to assess their options.



Sir Alex Ferguson was interested in signing Southgate from Middlesbrough in the 2004 January transfer window to offset the loss of Rio Ferdinand, who had begun an eight-month ban for missing a drugs test.



United would have to pay Spurs £34million in compensation to hire Pochettino.

"I’m incredibly proud to be the England manager and I have the opportunity to lead England into a European Championships, where so many of the matches are at Wembley.

When asked how difficult it would be to reject the offer from to manage a big club last month, Southgate said: “At the moment that’s very easy because I don’t have anything to consider.

The MEN reported earlier this week Tottenham are confident of keeping Pochettino, whose camp said last month he would take any offer from United 'into account'.
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