Tottenham Hotspur, which is seeking an official manager, completely excluded former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann, who was the most likely candidate, from the candidate.
Multiple local media outlets, including Sky Sports and Football London, reported on the 13th (Korean time) that “Tottenham has no intention of bringing Nagelsmann.”
Tottenham, who started this season under the Antonio Conte system, continued cruising by climbing to second place in the league at the beginning of the season, but started to lose strength gradually after January.
They were eliminated from the League Cup, FA Cup, as well as the UEFA Champions League, and the league rankings also fell to the top four. The sluggishness continued until March, and Tottenham were pushed out of the top four. In the end, Tottenham terminated the contract with Conte during the A match in March.
After that, he rose to the position of acting head coach Christian Stellini and led the team. However, his grades did not improve. As the away loss to Newcastle (1-6) became the deciding blow, Stellini also gave up his acting job and left the team.
With coach Ryan Mason currently acting as acting manager, Tottenham started looking for an official manager to lead the next season.
Numerous directors have been nominated. Mauricio Pochettino, former Paris Saint-Germain coach, and former Spain coach Luis Enrique, were also mentioned, but only Nagels, who coached Bayern Munich, was considered the most likely candidate.
However, as a result, even Nagelsmann was excluded from the candidacy, and the situation fell into obscurity.
About the current situation, Football London said, “Chairman Daniel Levy is looking for a long-term successor to Conte, so Nagelsmann먹튀검증 is not being considered as a candidate for the next manager.”
“There has been a lot of speculation, but Tottenham has never met Nagelsmann and has no plans to meet him in the future,” he said. “Tottenham respects Nagelsman. But they are looking for a manager who will develop the club. judged,” he said.
According to the media, Brighton manager Roberto De Gerbi, Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso, Sporting manager Ruben Amorim, Arne Slot Feyenoord manager and Angel Postecoglu Celtic manager were selected as the remaining candidates.
Some predict the possibility of promotion to the official command tower, citing the fact that the current acting coach Ryan Mason is supported by the players.