Tottenham Hotspur is not going to stick to manager Julian Nagelsmann.
Tottenham are having a rough season. Manager Antonio Conte was sacked midway through the season, and his acting manager, Christian Stellini, was also sacked in a 1-6 loss to Newcastle United. In the end, coach Ryan Mason took on the role of acting again, continuing the unprecedented ‘acting of acting’ system.
In addition, general manager Fabio Paratici also lost his position. Paratici, who was in Serie A at the time, was punished for being involved in the Juventus fraudulent accounting scandal, and eventually resigned as Tottenham general manager. With the disappearance of the general manager, who has a huge stake in player recruitment and negotiations, Tottenham is in a situation where there is a vacuum in player recruitment and administration as well as the manager.
Amid the troubled situation, he is also in a slump in terms of football. Tottenham are winless in their last 4 matches. Starting with Bournemouth on the 15th (Korean time), they have 1 draw and 3 losses, and in the most recent match against Liverpool, they lost 3-4 and are down to 6th place.
The top priority for Tottenham, who is having a difficult season both externally and football-wise, is the appointment of the next manager. Tottenham, which is currently continuing with Mason’s acting manager system, is steadily searching for candidates for the next manager group. The first candidate connected was director Julian Nagelsmann. Nagelsmann, who parted ways with Bayern Munich this season, has consistently been Tottenham’s top priority candidate.메이저놀이터
But two other candidates quickly emerged. They are Arne Slott, manager of Feyenoord, and Xabi Alonso, manager of Leverkusen. According to James Ollie of British media ‘Indie Football’, “Slot is emerging as a serious competitor to Nagelsmann as the next manager of Tottenham. Tottenham have a total of three candidates on the senior candidate list. Among them is Nagels. There is a manager Mann and a manager slot.”
And the other is known as Leverkusen manager Alonso. Dutch media ‘De Telegraph’ said, “Alonso is the leading candidate among Tottenham’s next manager candidates. Tottenham is showing confidence in Alonso’s player life, and considers it a higher rank than manager Slot.”
Accordingly, Tottenham is less inclined to cling to coach Nagelsmann than in the beginning. “Tottenham have yet to decide on their next manager. Nagelsmann is still on the shortlist, but Tottenham are not afraid to negotiate with other candidates,” said FA player spokesman Paul O’Keeffe.