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Daniel Levy is said to still be interested in appointing Brendan Rodgers as his next Tottenham manager…
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According to reliable football.london reporter, the 48-year-old is someone who Spurs “still have a keen eye on”, whilst the club’s former midfielder Scott Parker is not thought to be a candidate right now.
Two weeks ago, the Lilywhites’ managerial search hit a bump in the road as the Leicester City manager seeminglyof the running and claimed that a £70m price tag was deterring Spurs from approaching him.
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then suggested that Parker would be holding talks with the club’s hierachy this week following Fulham’s relegation.
However, Gold’s recent claims throw an interesting spanner in the works and this could delight many supporters in north London.
Spurs have seen many a managerial target emerge, only for them to swiftly quash any links – Julian Nagelsmann wasas Bayern Munich’s next head coach and Erik ten Hag at Ajax, for example.
It lessens the pool of potential candidates, in which Rodgers would surely sit top, so the fact that Gold has suggested that Levy and co will still keep tabs on him is certainly a major source of encouragement.
There were reports that Spurs could make him themanager in the Premier League behind Pep Guardiola and perhaps that’s a big temptation.
Levy could secure dream Spurs boss in "unbelievable" 48 y/o who Jose dubbed "creative" - opinion
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy must throw the chequebook at Brendan Rodgers if he's to land his dream appointment.That’s the latest claim from 90min, who suggested that the 48-year-old is still in the running to take over from Jose Mourinho despite his reluctance to leave Leicester City.
The Foxes are certainly clear of Tottenham right now. After all, they have won a Premier League title, are heading for a second successive season in Europe (potentially in the Champions League) and have an FA Cup final on the horizon.
However, the prospect ofcould be too good to refuse for Rodgers.
It is also an interesting project to take on, considering how far Spurs have fallen in the last two years. They have plenty of talent still on offer, as the new manager could build around the likes of Joe Rodon, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Dele Alli, Tanguy Ndombele and, of course, Harry Kane and Heung-min Son.
Rodgers’ reputation as a developmental coach is hugely appealing for Spurs. Players like, and have all improved tenfold on his watch, whilst Jamie Vardy is ageing like a fine wine under his stewardship.
Perhaps none have benefitted as much as Kelechi Iheanacho, who has gone fromin just one season. The improvement has been so dramatic that Dean Windass hailed Rodgers as “unbelievable” for his role in his progression during an exclusive interview with .
Alasdair Gold drops encouraging eight-word Tottenham managerial update
Speaking in a Q&A for football.london, reliable Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold has dropped an encouraging eight-word Spurs managerial update by saying that ‘the club are getting there with their search’ for a new manager. The Lowdown: Tottenham managerial hunt continues… Since Jose Mourinho was sacked by Spurs last month, a plethora of different managers […]Since Jose Mourinho was sacked by Spurs last month, a plethora of different managers have been linked with the north London vacancy. Most recently, the likes of Graham Potter, Scott Parker and Roberto Martinez have been name-dropped as managers who fit into the kind of profile wanted by Spurs for their next boss (football.london).
Similarly, the former Liverpool and Celtic boss has been dubbed an “elite manager” who “could manage any team in Europe” by BT Sport’s.
It’s no wonder that many Lilywhites fansas Jose Mourinho’s successor and this latest development from the ever-reliable Gold will surely have them absolutely buzzing.
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