Tottenham are on the hunt for a brand new supervisor.
Chairman Daniel Levy sacked Jose Mourinho final week, simply days earlier than their Carabao Cup remaining with Manchester City.
Ryan Mason, 29, was positioned in non permanent cost for Sunday’s Wembley showpiece as Spurs misplaced 1-Zero to Man City to increase their trophy drought right into a 14th yr.
Mason will stay within the hotseat for the rest of the season, with Levy taking his time over a call on who will completely change Mourinho.
The membership at the moment sit seventh within the Premier League and their probabilities of making the highest 4 and qualifying for the Champions League look to be over.
That might considerably affect on their seek for a supervisor and it seems like one certainly one of their prime targets, Julian Nagelsmann, is destined for elsewhere – with stories in Germany saying he has agreed to hitch Bayern Munich.
In line with The Telegraph, Ajax supervisor Erik ten Hag is now transferring to the highest of Tottenham’s checklist of targets.
Ten Hag has been answerable for the Dutch membership since 2017 and has them on the verge of a second league title in 4 years, whereas they’ve additionally reached the Champions League semi-finals beneath him – famously dropping a dramatic encounter to Tottenham in 2020.
Tottenham are additionally reported to be eager on Ralf Rangnick, the revolutionary German coach and sporting director, whereas England supervisor Gareth Southgate is alleged to have his admirers at boardroom degree.
Maurizio Sarri, the previous Chelsea supervisor, can be being closely linked with the position and is out of labor having left Juventus final summer time regardless of main them to the Serie A title.
Brendan Rodgers is one other man Spurs have checked out earlier than however the value he could price to land from Leicester might be prohibitive, whereas he has been insistent that he has little interest in leaving the Champions League-bound Foxes.
Elsewhere, former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri and ex-Tottenham star Scott Parker, now Fulham head coach, are additionally within the operating.
Subsequent Tottenham supervisor odds
- Maurizio Sarri – 7/2
- Erik Ten Hag – 4/1
- Brendan Rodgers – 8/1
- Rafa Benitez – 10/1
- Massimiliano Allegri – 12/1
- Eddie Howe – 12/1
- Scott Parker – 12/1
- Nuno Espirito Santo – 12/1
- Roberto Martinez – 14/1
- Ryan Mason – 14/1
- Graham Potter – 16/1
- Jurgen Klinsmann – 16/1
- Julian Nagelsmann – 16/1
- Gareth Southgate – 20/1
- Steven Gerrard – 20/1
*Odds taken from Betfair and will have modified since publication. BeGambleAware.Org.
Parker actually has his backers, with former Spurs star Michael Dawson explaining why he’d be the proper man on talkSPORT this week.
“Look, Scotty is aware of the soccer membership and I went robust on this one, as a result of I consider they want a undertaking, they want a plan,” he stated on Monday’s talkSPORT Breakfast.
“They’d that when Mauricio Pochettino went there, a long-term plan. You’ll be able to’t simply say: ’Proper, we wish to win a trophy’.
“After they sacked Mauricio I believed they’re going to convey Jose Mourinho and so they’re going to win a trophy, I used to be one of many first to say that. He’s a serial winner and all of us thought, no matter trophy will probably be, he can win it.
“Look, I’d like to see Brendan Rodgers there, however he’s doing an unimaginable job at Leicester, why would they let him go?
“So I believe, proper, you have a look at Scott Parker at Fulham, sure it seems like they’re going to get relegated, however he performed there as a participant, he was there as a coach and did all this work at Tottenham.
“I simply suppose we’ve got to get a youthful supervisor with the backing of the homeowners and say we’ve got a plan, we’ve got a five-year plan, can we get to the extent they had been beneath Pochettino?
“I consider they’ve gone again in that point and so they must rebuild once more and try to get into the Champions League, since you have a look at the top-four groups now and it seems like actual large ask for Spurs to get in there.”