Levy bought the Argentine to Spurs back in May 2014, with the pair spending five-and-a-half seasons together before the Pochettino was sacked with the club sitting 14th in the Premier League in the middle of November 2019.
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But with the managerial position in north London vacant once again, Levy is reportedly considering bringing the 49-year-old back just 18 months after his departure.
Pochettino is currently managing PSG but has endured a tricky start to life in the French capital having suffered four defeats across a 10-match spell which ultimately cost them the title, with Lille taking full advantage.
He did guide PSG to two French domestic cups, but Pochettino is in talks over making a sensational return to N17 this summer.
And Fry exclusively told This is Futbol that Levy sacking him was the wrong decision in the first place:
“He regrets what he’s done, he brought Jose in to win trophies and improve the performance and Jose failed to do that.
“His style of play didn’t suit the Tottenham players, and therefore, I think he regrets getting rid of Poch.
“And according to people at Tottenham, him and the previous manager got on very well, Daniel Levy, personal friends, as well as doing well for Tottenham.”