There wasn’t any player who blossomed more under Pochettino than Harry Kane. The Argentine coach made Kane his No 1 striker back in 2014 and his faith was repaid in abundance with the forward going on to break numerous records.
Kane has gone from strength-to-strength under Mourinho this season, but he admitted earlier this year that he would consider leaving his boyhood club to improve his chances of winning trophies.
Spurs currently look as though they’re capable of challenging for their first piece of silverware since 2008 but Kane’s reaching a point in his career where he will be wanting to play at the very top.
Any move for Kane would almost certainly depend on one of Kylian Mbappe or Neymar leaving PSG as it would take well over £100million to prise the England captain away from Tottenham.
But if one of them does leave and Pochettino is in charge, Kane will almost certainly be at the top of his wishlist.