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Three Premier League Powerhouses In Pursuit Of RB Leipzig’s Sporting Director

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Three Premier League Powerhouses In Pursuit Of RB Leipzig’s Sporting Director

General view of the Premier League match ball on a plinth.

Reuters/Jason Cairnduff

Three Premier League giants have expressed their curiosity in signing RB Leipzig sporting director Paul Mitchell.

Mitchell has amassed fairly a fame in world soccer, having been liable for discovering quite a few world-class abilities at his present in addition to former golf equipment.

While at Southampton, he unearthed abilities like Sadio Mane, Dusan Tadic and Graziano Pelle. And after following Mauricio Pochettino to Spurs, he attracted Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli and Kieran Trippier to the London membership.

He has continued his spectacular work at RB Leipzig, who’re wanting to make him their new ‘head of world soccer’ – a model new place which can see him take up elevated obligations on the Bundesliga outfit.

However now, Sky Sports activities point out that three juggernauts from his homeland, viz. Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United, are closely interested by bringing him again to England.

Whereas the Gunners look to exchange the recently-departed Sven Mislintat, the Blues having been trying to find an apt successor for Michael Emenalo since 2017 – their pursuit now hastened because of the forthcoming year-long switch ban.

The Purple Devils, alternatively, have confirmed that they intend to nominate their first ever director of soccer come summer season, and Manchester-born Mitchell is likely one of the high candidates to take over the position at Previous Trafford.

It will likely be fascinating to see if the in-demand 38-year-old chooses to lengthen his future in Germany, or safe a sensational return to England as an alternative.

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