Spurs given boost in Nagelsmann pursuit

    Tottenham Hotspur have been given a huge boost in their bid to land Julian Nagelsman this summer amid emerging reports this week…

    NFL Betting

    What’s the word?

    According to The Times, the 33-year-old RB Leipzig guru would be keen on replacing Jose Mourinho in north London at the end of the season.

    Nagelsmann has emerged as Daniel Levy’s top target, something reported by the Telegraph’s Matt Law back in February, as he first claimed that Spurs would turn to the German if their form under Mourinho didn’t improve.

    That was reinforced once again on Monday evening, claiming he’s the preferred option of the Lilywhites chairman.

    Will Nagelsmann be in charge of Spurs next season?





    Big boost

    Nagelsmann, who has been tipped to become the next great in football management, has been coveted by Bayern Munich, who are expecting to sanction the departure of Hansi Flick from his contract after revealing his intention to stand down at the end of the season.

    If the 33-year-old has to choose between a faltering, winless in 12 years side and one which regularly contends for multiple trophies, in the very same country he’s currently in, then it’s surely a no-brainer.

    Bayern will win that race all day but a lot of it comes down to whether or not Flick does indeed leave and if the club themselves want to raid Leipzig again, this time for their manager.

    But the news that Nagelsmann would be keen on filling the vacancy at Spurs will surely come as a huge relief for Levy as he shouldn’t have to do much to convince him into making the switch.

    Furthermore, the young gem has been touted for big things and has even been tipped to follow in the footsteps of Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.

    “Julian is the biggest German coaching talent. He’s very mature for his age and has already come very far,” explained ex-Leipzig director of football Ralf Rangnick to SID (via Bulinews). “If he keeps developing like this, he can reach the level of Klopp and Guardiola.”

    Naglesmann’s 58.5% win rate across the German top-flight, a league dominated by Bayern, and the Champions League amongst other competitions is mightily impressive, so it’s no wonder he is Levy’s no.1 man.

    The report from The Times will have the tough-negotiator buzzing, at least.

    AND in other news, Levy could find Spurs’ next Pochettino in 45 y/o gem who WOWED Guardiola

    Source link news

    Related articles



    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Betting on Soccer

    Share article

    Latest articles

    Boxing: Eddie Hearn confident of Canelo Alvarez knockout over Jermell Charlo

    Mexican Canelo Alvarez will hold his traditional September bout this Saturday, however it will not be on Mexican Independence Day, but he will still...

    Black Queens coach Nora Hauptle credits technical staff for team’s success since taking charge

    The head coach of the Black Queens, Nora Hauptle has praised his technical staff for working hard to ensure the team performs well since...

    Mike McDaniel Is Now Favorite For Coach Of The Year

    Detroit Lions coach Dan Campbell began the 2023 NFL season as the...

    Sheffield United fans comments before AND after Sunday’s 8-0 humiliation – I love them!

    Sheffield United fans witnessed something on Sunday that they had never seen  before. They hope they never ever will again! Sheffield United fans...
    Betting on Soccer


    Subscribe to stay updated.