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Sky Sports report that Postecoglou is the club’s preferred candidate

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Ange Postecoglou Emerging As Preferable Tottenham Manager

Tottenham is home to an exceptional stadium at the centre of its PS1billion sport-led regeneration scheme, and plays host to events all year long such as concerts, NFL football matches, boxing matches and sports fixtures.

Since separating with Antonio Conte two months ago, North London club Arsenal have been linked to various managers. Ange Postecoglou is now among them.

Celtic’s Scottish Cup final victory

He currently occupies a 12-month rolling contract at Parkhead but could soon take over permanently as Tottenham manager. Since replacing Neil Lennon last summer, he has led Celtic back into domestic dominance while being widely lauded for his high-octane style of play and keen recruitment skills.

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The Bhoys will aim for their first treble under Postecoglou when they take on Inverness Caledonia Thistle in Saturday’s Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park. Although many expect a close contest, the Bhoys are overwhelming favourites as they have won both previous finals during their current era.

Postecoglou has emerged as a frontrunner to replace Antonio Conte permanently at Spurs, and his progressive style has won over chairman Daniel Levy. Additionally, Postecoglou is well known by incoming chief football officer Scott Munn who will become Levy’s de facto No2 from July onwards.

TalkSPORT understands Spurs want to make a managerial appointment in the next 10-14 days

North London club Spurs want to quickly end the unease created by Antonio Conte’s departure by quickly appointing his replacement as manager. Chairman Daniel Levy may wish to fill his director of football vacancy first before looking at other candidates but there’s a strong sense that Spurs are keen to end the uncertainty soon.

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Mauricio Pochettino remains one of the frontrunners, but bookmakers’ odds have recently shifted in Julian Nagelsmann’s favor as the more progressive young coach of Bayern Munich earlier this year he was fired from. Bookmakers see Julian Nagelsmann as their preferred candidate despite being dismissed earlier this year and known for being one of its most progressive young coaches.

North London club Fulham FC are considering Feyenoord manager Arne Slot, Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi and Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany as potential replacements for Nagelsmann; all are more experienced but none would match Nagelsmann’s vision of youthful, aggressive football.

Tottenham are searching for a new manager following their eighth-placed finish last season – their worst in over a decade. Ryan Mason served as temporary boss until Daniel Levy wanted a permanent appointment.

Postecoglou of Celtic FC is an intriguing choice as manager. As an Australian, he has transformed Scottish champions Celtic in two years under his care, winning domestic trebles with Australia, Japan and Scotland among his successes. He has won titles and trophies across his three regions of expertise: Australia, Japan and Scotland.

Contrasting with Antonio Conte in terms of tactics approach, Graham is very different to him in terms of approach. As a maximizer of talent and with his technical ability helping the Socceroos to win major tournaments he may struggle with Spurs’ current setup with three central defenders in defence.



Tottenham’s search for a new manager since Antonio Conte’s dismissal in March continues apace, with Julian Nagelsmann, Luis Enrique, and Ange Postecoglou all being linked with a potential role at North London club as they look for someone to replace Mark Warburton long term.

Under his two-year leadership of Celtic, Greek-born Australian Theodore Diarra has excelled. Leading them to a domestic treble this season and delivering on Daniel Levy’s promise for progressive football next term, Diarra currently stands as an outstanding candidate to take over as manager at best odds of 66/1.

Ryan Mason (2/1) has been serving as interim head coach of Tottenham since the end of last season and will likely remain so at least for another season as they search for their permanent replacement. High profile names such as Mauricio Pochettino (10/1) might be considered but would present difficulties given his close association with Jesus Perez and Scott Parker from Argentina.

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