- The departure of Julian Nagelsmann from Bayern Munich could provide an superb opportunity for Tottenham Hotspur
- Spurs are reportedly keen on sacking Antonio Conte after his explosive outburst aimed at the club and the players
- Nagelsmann leaves Bayern with the Bavarians second in the Bundesliga and into the Championship League last 8
Tottenham Hotspur just might have been offered a superb chance to land a top manager after Julian Nagelsmann’s departure from Bayern Munich.
Antonio Conte’s tenure at the North London club appears to be coming to an end, with the Italian savagely criticising the club and players after a frustrating 3-3 draw against Southampton in their last Premier League outing.
Spurs’ exit from the Champions League at the hands of AC Milan brought forth more questions on whether Conte was the right man for the job, and his commitment to the club was thoroughly questioned, according to Football London.
Conte out, Nagelsmann in?
In Germany, things are falling apart for Nagelsmann who, according to Fabrizio Romano, has received the sack and will be replaced by former Chelsea boss and his compatriot, Thomas Tuchel.
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Despite guiding Bayern to the Champions League quarter-finals, the Bavarians coach has put the team in unfamiliar territory in the league, as they find themselves in a three-way battle for the Bundesliga title with Borussia Dortmund and surprise packages, Union Berlin.
Their latest 2-1 defeat against Bayer Leverkusen before the international break seemed to be the final nail in the coffin for Nagelsmann, whose stint as Bayern boss lasted less than two years.
With Tuchel reportedly on the verge of becoming the new manager of the German giants, Tottenham could consider Nagelsmann an ideal choice for the hot seat.
The youthful coach could be exactly what the doctor ordered for Spurs, as he has a reputation for bringing the very best out of fairly young players.
Notably, Nagelsmann’s RB Leipzig thrashed Tottenham 4-0 as the German became the youngest manager to win a Champions League knockout tie back in 2019.
EPL managers likely to exit
Elsewhere, Sports Brief covered an interesting list of Premier League managers who are likely to receive the sack, according to analysed odds.
As per the odds, Conte leads the list of coaches in danger and that comes as no surprise to many following his recent furious outburst.
Despite coming under fire at the start of the year, Graham Potter has turned the corner at Chelsea and finds himself lower down in the list.