Tottenham Hotspur, who will be the new BOSS?

March 28, 2023

Tottenham Hotspur is now looking for his successor, since the Italian manager Antonio Conte has voluntarily left the club.

Who will be the next BOSS?
Who will be Tottenham’s New Manager?

Tottenham Hotspur make Contact with Jules Naglesmann

Bayern Munich fired Nagelsmann on Friday, with the team in the Champions League quarterfinals and a point behind Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga ahead of its Der Klassiker on April 1. Thomas Tuchel, who was apparently under consideration by Tottenham, has taken Nagelsmann’s job at Bayern.

Oliver Kahn claims that Bayern sacked Nagelsmann as a result of Bayern “playing less well and more attractively following the World Cup.”

Nagelsmann, on the other hand, remains an elite-level coach, with PSG and Real Madrid apparently interested in hiring him in the future.

In a statement, the club said that head coach Antonio Conte has departed the team “by mutual consent.”

“In Antonio’s first year with the team, we qualified for the Champions League. We appreciate Antonio’s efforts and send him our best wishes for the future.”

Nagelsmann’s teams have played in 3-1-4-2, 3-4-3, 3-5-2, 3-2-4-1, 4-4-2, and 4-2-3-1 systems at Hoffenheim, Leipzig, and Bayern Munich.

He is also well-known for his work with young players. They may be beneficial for young stars if he becomes the next Coach. Tottenham’s recent recruits, like Pape Matar Sarr, 20, Destiny Udogie, 20, Djed Spence, 22, Pedro Porro, 23, Cristian Romero, 24, and Emerson Royal, 24 get unique strategies if Nagelsmann get his appoinetment.

Julian Nagelsmann reacting after Bayern Munich sacked him from the Club


There is no manager whose hiring would be more popular than Mauricio Pochettino’s return. The Argentine moved on to PSG after being dismissed in 2019 and won the league championship, Cup of France, and Trophée des Champions there. He has been jobless since PSG sacked him in July of last year.

The benefits of Pochettino are evident; he’s already worked at the club, knows the ins and outs, and has a deep emotional connection with the supporters.
The disadvantages are likewise rather evident. Pochettino appeared extremely exhausted when he was let go by Tottenham, apparently angered by a lack of money to back him up in the transfer market. Pochettino believed he could lead the Spurs to the next level – and that the squad required a hard reconstruction – but he was not supported.


A true underdog candidate. Glasner is not one of the first names in the discussion yet. But he has clearly being in interest for his excellent performance with Eintracht Frankfurt, which made peak in last year’s Europa League victory.

Glasner is a tactically intriguing manager. His Frankfurt team typically plays with a back three and a high press, with an attacking unit that includes Randal Kolo Muani, Jesper Lindstrom, Daichi Kamada, and Mario Gotze. The passing game combines rapid one-touch football with long balls over the top. Also, he is familiar to working with Ben Manga, a football director.

But, Glasner has never worked outside of Germany or his home Austria, so in terms of worries, that’s an easy place to start. It’s hard to predict how managers will adjust to new leagues. Glasner has also never run a truly large club. After becoming a manager in 2014, he has led SV Ried, LASK, VfL Wolfsburg, and Eintracht Frankfurt.


This is a really intriguing potential appointment.

Enrique is no longer in charge of Spain after standing down at the end of the World Cup. It has been rumoured that he may take over as manager of Atletico Madrid if Diego Simeone retires at the conclusion of the season, however Atleti’s current comeback may ensure that opportunity never materializes.

Thus the Premier League appears to be an easy landing spot – his direct approach could probably work in England, and he has coached some of the world’s finest players.

Nonetheless, he has not managed a club team since 2017. Apart from Barcelona, his stints at Roma and Celta Vigo were unimpressive. He had some success with the Spanish national team, despite not dealing with a particularly talented group, but his squad fell short of expectations.

He is an accomplished manager, but he still has much to show.


This appears to be the most improbable possibility, according to De Zerbi’s recent employment at Brighton.

With his broad brand of play, De Zerbi has Brighton supporters dreaming of Europe. The Italian was one of European football’s worst-kept secrets. But it’s still astonishing how well he will acclimatize to life in the Premier League. Sadly for Brighton, he’s definitely on his way to larger things, but a departure this soon seems implausible.


This is maybe the most astute choice. Postecoglou has repaid Celtic’s trust in him, despite the fact that, before to his appointment in 2021, he had never managed outside of the Asia-Pacific area, with the exception of a brief stint in his home Greece.

He has returned Celtic to the top of the Scottish league, nine points clear of rivals Rangers, having lost just one league game all season while scoring 93 goals – more than three per game.

Ange poses the same danger for Spurs as he did for Celtic: he has no expertise at this level. The 57-year-old, on the other hand, is battle-indurate, bright, and quick-shifty; he may give stability to the club.


Stellini would only be in charge of the squad until the conclusion of the season, according to the statement. Nonetheless, under Stellini, Spurs have achieved some of their finest results this season, including a victory against Manchester City. If Tottenham improves under the Italian, there may be more calls for him to get appointment on a permanent basis. His lack of experience, on the other hand, would work against him.

Tottenham Hotspur is considering signing Zinedine Zidane

In addition to other candidates, Zinedine Zidane is one person Tottenham Hotspur is keeping an eye on as they search for a new permanent manager after Antonio Conte left the club.

According to a report by Sky Italia on the managerial situation at the Lilywhites and Conte’s future, the Italian has returned to Italy with his family and believes the Serie A will be his next stop. According to recent reports, Conte would have to accept a pay cut, and the funds involved would make it difficult for him to return to Serie A.

Spurs, on the other hand, are already hunting for their future manager, despite the fact that Cristian Stellini is in charge on an interim basis until the end of the season. The former manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Mauricio Pochettino, is likely to be the front-runner to replace him. There are rumors that Zinedine Zidane is also on the short list.