Julian Nagelsmann: Tottenham will not name ex-Bayern Munich boss as club’s next manager -Dlight News


Julian Nagelsmann will not be Tottenham’s next manager.

sources have said Sky Sports News that the Spurs did not meet with him and no meeting is scheduled.

Nagelsmann is respected by senior figures at the club, but he is not one for them at the moment.

Spurs and Chelsea showed initial interest in the former Bayern Munich manager.

Spurs are still in the process of appointing Antonio Conte’s successor and will consider him interim boss ryan masonamong others, for the permanent role.

Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso it has also become a target. Sky Sports News he understands that key figures at Spurs look up to the former Liverpool midfielder, who took charge of the Bundesliga side in October.

In that time, he has led Leverkusen from relegation contenders to sixth in the league and the Europa League semi-finals.

The Spurs are also impressed by Vincent Kompanywho guided Burnley back to the Premier League as Championship winners this season, but the former Manchester City captain recently signed a new five-year contract with the Lancashire club.

Xabi Alonso
Bayer Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso is emerging as a candidate to take charge of Tottenham

Chelsea’s job isn’t a start either

In April, it was revealed that Nagelsmann is also out of the running to be Chelsea’s next manager. He had previously been in talks with the club but is no longer under consideration with Mauricio Pochettino, the favorite to take over at Stamford Bridge.

Nagelsmann, who was sacked as Bayern boss in March, was never considered the favorite for the job inside Chelsea.

Frictions between the two parties grew as Chelsea officials were determined to carry out extensive due diligence on all candidates before making a decision, with the German manager resenting repeated interviews and requests for information.

Nagelsmann had reservations about the role and felt that Chelsea’s varied shortlist reflected a lack of clarity about the direction they wanted to take.

Rangnick: Nagelsmann is a good fit for Tottenham

Last month, Ralf Rangnick suggested Nagelsmann would be a good choice for him I work at Tottenham.

The former Manchester United manager, who mentored Nagelsmann at Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig, felt at the time that the Spurs setup would suit his young compatriot, working alongside a sporting director.

Rangnick held that role for the Red Bull franchise of clubs, including Leipzig and Salzburg, from 2012-2015 and then again from 2019-2020.

“I think Tottenham is an exciting club in many ways,” Rangnick said at the sky germany study.

“They probably have one of the most modern and beautiful stadiums in the world at the moment. They have one of the best training centres, which is there at the moment and Daniel Levy, who has been in charge of the club for many, many years.

“Although he does not spend much, he knows the football business and would not put himself in the center of the cameras.

“If Tottenham really wants to [Nagelsmann]so I think it would be important if a sports director was still there to support him.

“It can be a very, very exciting story. There is room for improvement, a lot of room for improvement and yet this is not a club where the house expects you to be in the top two straight away.”

It is still unclear who will be Tottenham’s new sporting director after Fabio Paratici resigned last month.

Sky Sports News he has been told that Johannes Spors is one of several sporting directors the north London club is looking for.

Spors is global sporting director for several clubs including Genoa, Standard Liege and Melbourne Victory.

Kane on the next Spurs boss: the club will make the best decision

Harry Kane says he is not paying attention to the ongoing managerial speculation at Tottenham.

“That depends on the club,” Kane said when asked about the recent speculation.

“If I do end up talking to the president toward the end of the season, I’m sure he’ll fill me in on what’s on his mind, but ultimately we have three more games.”

“We don’t want to look too far or get carried away. The club will make the best decision for everyone, the players, the fans, the club in general and we just have to wait and see what that is.”

Remaining Tottenham matches

May 13: aston town (A) – Premier League, start 15:00

May 20th: brentford (H) – Premier League, start 12:30 pm

May 28: leeds (A) – Premier League, start 16:30

Source link