Tottenham turn to Jesse Marsch after missing out on Nagelsmann
According to Daily Star, Tottenham could switch their attention to Jesse Marsch after missing out on Julian Nagelsmann. The RedBull Salzburg manager has jumped up a few places on Tottenham’s wishlist after Bayern Munich made it official that Julian Nagelsmann will be taking over from Hansi Flick next season.
Tottenham Hotspur let go of Mourinho last Monday amidst the chaos created by the announcement of the European Super League. The team hadn’t been performing at its best for a while, with results on the decline and the prospect of no European football for next season looming large.
Daniel Levy decided to swing the axe on Monday morning, replacing Mourinho with former midfielder Ryan Mason on an interim basis. Ever since, a number of managers have been linked with the vacant Tottenham hotseat, with Marsch among them.
It is not without reason that Marsch is among the names being considered by Spurs. The American manager has done a stellar work at Salzburg and boasts of a respectable win-loss ratio. Add to that, he has a history of nurturing young stars such as Erling Haaland, Dominik Szoboszlai and Hwang Hee-Chan.
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Marsch does fit the bill if Spurs and Levy want a long-term option who can mould the youngsters and build a winning team around them. With Nagelsmann out of the equation and other managers such as Brendan Rodgers hard to get, Marsch could be one worth looking at.