Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager has been characterized by uncertainty and shifting priorities since the departure of Antonio Conte over two months ago. The process has seen potential frontrunners come and go, and Daniel Levy, the club’s chairman, has yet to finalise a shortlist of candidates for the position.
During the final months of the 2022/23 season, Ryan Mason has served as the interim manager and has expressed his desire to be appointed permanently. Initially, Julian Nagelsmann was seen as the top target for Spurs, but disagreements over Levy’s director of football decision led to his withdrawal from the race.
According to The Independent’s Miguel Delaney, Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou is now being seriously considered by Tottenham and is regarded as one of the main contenders for the role.
When asked about the links to Tottenham, Postecoglou stated that he is aware of the speculation but emphasised that his focus remains on his current job at Celtic, particularly with an upcoming cup final against Aberdeen. He stated that he is not easily distracted by external discussions and is fully committed to his team’s upcoming matches, aiming to make their season a special one.
As Tottenham’s search continues, the situation remains fluid, and it remains to be seen who will ultimately take charge of the club for the next season.