Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager seems to be progressing, as reports indicate that the club has reached a verbal agreement with Celtic’s Ange Postecoglou. Reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano states that Tottenham has offered Postecoglou a two-year contract, possibly extending it for another season.
While this potential appointment may not immediately excite all Tottenham fans, given the club’s previous pursuit of high-profile managers without success, Postecoglou’s track record at Celtic suggests he could be a suitable choice. The Australian coach has achieved remarkable success with Celtic, attracting interest from several big clubs.
For Tottenham, the key now is to agree with Celtic to release their manager. Once this hurdle is cleared, Postecoglou would have the opportunity to work with the team and implement his attacking style of football, a factor that could work in his favour.
Tottenham will likely be eager to finalise the deal swiftly and that could come as soon as today. As the managerial search reaches a potential turning point, Tottenham fans will be eager to see how Postecoglou’s tenure unfolds and whether he can bring success to the North London club.
However, considering that we have been here before with Arne Slot, it is best to wait until an official announcement before we can start to look forward to a new era at the club under the Australian.
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