Italian giants Juventus are keen on appointing the Argentine as Maximiliano Allegri's replacement.
However, he's cast doubt over his future at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium by admitting "anything can happen in football".
"Today I feel good over there, this year everything is going well for me".
"I am still under contract with them so all is good".
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Even with both of those posts filled by Zinedine Zidane and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, respecitvely, Pochettino's future remains a hot topic, and Sissoko says it could impact his own Spurs tenure.
"Many different things could happen".
"For the moment I do not desire to leave Tottenham".
Sissoko battled back from a groin injury to shine as Tottenham landed a remarkable last-gasp 3-2 win in Ajax to reach the Champions League final on away goals.
Meanwhile, among fines for other clubs, Porto have been fined 42,000 euros for blocking stairways, setting off fireworks and the late kick-off in their Champions League quarter-final second leg with Liverpool.