Julian Nagelsmann ready for talks with Tottenham over new manager role.
Following his amazing departure from Bayern Munich in March, Nagelsmann was instantly identified as a prospective Tottenham manager, but the German later emerged as the favorite to take over at London rivals Chelsea instead.
Nagelsmann, on the other hand, withdrew from talks with Chelsea last week. The former Bayern Munich manager was left dissatisfied by the length of the Blues’ managerial search and their reluctance to give him the role sooner, leaving him unconvinced by the process at Stamford Bridge.
Sources have now confirmed that Nagelsmann’s staff has contacted Tottenham to show an interest in meeting with chairman Daniel Levy, with the 35-year-old German eager to learn about the club’s future ambitions.
Tottenham are still interested in Nagelsmann, despite holding negotiations with other candidates, and are said to be reviewing all of their choices following a difficult week that has placed the pressure on Levy to make the correct appointment.
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Spurs were humiliated 6-1 by Champions League opponents Newcastle on Sunday, falling further behind in the race for a top-four finish, with irate fans voicing their rage at Levy and the club’s ownership after the final whistle.
Tottenham are reportedly interested in Burnley’s Vincent Kompany and Feyenoord’s Arne Slot, while former Spain and Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has also expressed interest in the position. Inside the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, there are fans of Brendan Rodgers, Thomas Frank, and Oliver Glasner.