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Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager? Five Leading Potential Candidates

Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager? Five Leading Potential Candidates

Usually, when we hear the phrase “parted ways by mutual consent,” we are skeptical because it rarely happens that both parties agree to end things. 

However, in the case of Antonio Conte, it was obvious that he wanted to be fired, as demonstrated by his passionate speech to the media on March 18th. 

Tottenham  have finally granted his wish, and we reported on it earlier this week.

It is now time to consider the potential candidates to replace Antonio Conte at Tottenham Hotspur. The following is a list of five potential replacements, in no particular order.

Julian Nagelsmann

He has become available for hire again after being replaced by Thomas Tuchel at Bayern Munich over the weekend. Currently, he is seen as the top candidate and likely the most accomplished coach available. According to Football Insider, White Hart Lane has already begun to pursue him.

Oliver Glasner

Glasner seems to be considering his options and has not committed to signing a new contract extension, indicating that he may be looking for a new opportunity. Despite Eintracht Frankfurt’s efforts to retain him, it is understandable considering the progress he has brought to the club.

Considering the circumstances and timing, Glasner would be the perfect choice.

Roberto De Zerbi

When Graham Potter left Brighton & Hove Albion to become the manager of Chelsea, the future of the Seagulls was uncertain. They have maintained momentum, and De Zerbi deserves all the credit.

It may not be long before he also departs for a larger position; is this the one?

Mauricio Pochettino

 Despite not being able to end Tottenham’s trophy drought, the Argentine coach raised the team’s level and established a certain degree of consistency. 

The best period for Spurs in recent times was under his management, and he has expressed a desire to return to the Premier League. 

However, his stint with Paris Saint-Germain was not particularly impressive, which has affected his current reputation.

Ryan Mason

 Despite his young age, he has already gained significant experience by serving as an interim manager after the departure of Jose Mourinho (who was followed by two other managers). 

There were reports that he would serve as the caretaker manager after Conte’s departure, but the position ultimately went to Cristian Stellini.

 Nevertheless, Mason has remained with the team and is seen as the easiest and most familiar option for the club.

Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager? Five Leading Potential Candidates

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