The task of appointing the next head coach of Tottenham Hotspur does not seem easy.
Transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said on his SNS on the 13th (Korean time), “Negotiations between Tottenham and manager Julian Nagelsmann have broken down. There is no way to continue the conversation unless Tottenham changes its current position.” said.
The global media ‘Goal.com’ also reported the same news and said, “Tottenham now have manager Roberto De Zerbi (Brighton), manager Luis Enrique (ex-Barcelona, Spain), manager Arne Slot (Pellotr), and manager Xabi Alonso (Leverkusen). I rolled my eyes,” he said.
Tottenham sacked manager Antonio Conte at the end of March. After appointing coach Conte last season, he succeeded in rebounding and obtained the right to advance to the UEFA Champions League (UCL). Accordingly, Tottenham has undergone a major power reinforcement ahead of this season. However, the performance below expectations continued throughout the season, and eventually parted ways with coach Conte.
Since then, he has been spending the season as an acting manager. Christian Stellini, who initially assisted Conte as assistant coach, assumed this role. But after a while, Stellini also left. The 1-6 defeat against Newcastle United was decisive.
Currently, Tottenham is leading the team with Ryan Mason as a ‘deputy agency system’. First of all, the plan is to finish this season with the Mason system and then appoint a formal commanding tower ahead of the next season. Until recently, coach Nagelsmann was mentioned as the most likely candidate. Former manager Mauricio Pochettino has been linked with Chelsea.
Coach Nagelsmann was sacked from Bayern Munich midway through this season. However, he has already proven his leadership skills during his time at Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig, and is expected as a young leader born in 1987. Tottenham and coach 카지노사이트 Nagelsmann are known to have actually contacted, but negotiations have broken down in the end. Now Tottenham are considering other candidates.
Tottenham fans’ patience exploded at this move. According to the British ‘Sports Bible’, Tottenham fans voiced criticism, saying, “There is no interest in the manager our team needs? It’s pitiful,” and “If it’s not Nagelsmann, who the hell do you want to bring?”