Tottenham set to appoint Ange Postecoglou as next manager

Ange Postecoglou, the manager of Celtic, is reportedly in line to become the next manager of Tottenham.

Since firing Antonio Conte in March, Spurs have been looking for a new permanent manager, and they are very close to finding a replacement.

The Athletic reports that Postecoglou has emerged as the “standout candidate” after negotiations, and a deal with Spurs is anticipated “in the coming days.”

Spurs also gave consideration to Arne Slot, the head coach of Feyenoord, Xabi Alonso of Bayer Leverkusen, and Julian Nagelsmann, who also had numerous conversations with Chelsea.

Postecoglou, on the other hand, has had great success since joining Celtic in 2021.
The 57-year-old has led the Scottish team to back-to-back league championships, and on Saturday, his Celtic team defeated Inverness in the Scottish Cup final to complete the domestic treble.
After the game, when asked about his future, Postecoglou responded, “I deserve to enjoy this. I won’t miss taking in this occasion.
Until someone pulls me by the collar and tells me I have to answer some questions, that is all I’m going to pay attention to.

Postecoglou presently has a rolling 12-month contract with Celtic, which ought to make dealing with Tottenham easier.


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