Pochettino signed a contract extension until 2023 last week with Tottenham. Reuters/Andrew Couldridge
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The race to succeed Zinedine Zidane is on following the Frenchman's shock resignation from Real Madrid Thursday, only days after steering the Spanish giants to a third successive Champions League trophy. Tottenham's Argentinian manager Mauricio Pochettino tops the bookmakers' list of favorites, with Chelsea handler Antonio Conte and former long-time Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger also in the mix.Under Pochettino, Spurs have secured three successive top-four finishes in the Premier League, allowing the London club to rub shoulders with the elite of European football on a regular basis.Pochettino signed a new, improved contract extension until 2023 last week and Spanish sports newspaper AS reported Friday that it does not contain any written agreement allowing him to leave if Real make an approach.The Frenchman, who made over 150 appearances for Real, became a sports director with Real in 2011 before becoming assistant to Carlo Ancelotti in 2013 and then heading the Real Madrid "B" team.
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