Daniel Levy keen to appoint Hansi Flick as next Tottenham manager
Tottenham have been without a permanent manager since Jose Mourinho was sacked last month by Daniel Levy. The Portuguese’s time at the club came to a half after an up-and-down 17-month reign.
Ryan Mason has taken charge on an interim basis till the end of the season as the search for the full-time replacement for Mourinho goes on. Tottenham, so far, have had to face a lot of setbacks in the pursuit of a new manager, with the likes of Julian Nagelsmann, Erik ten Hag and Brendan Rodgers proving to be beyond the club’s reach.
As a result, Levy has now turned his focus towards Flick, who has done amazing work at Bayern Munich. Having taken over a team that had been struggling under Niko Kovac, Flick led them to the Bundesliga title along with the DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League glory last season. He followed it up with another league title this season.
However, Flick has already declared that he will be leaving at the end of the season, piquing the interest of Tottenham. While the 56-year-old has been strongly linked with the job of the German national team, there has been no progress on that front as of yet.
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Flick, given what he has achieved at Bayern in such a short spell, would undoubtedly be a great acquisition for Tottenham. Someone with a proven track record, who likes his team to play attacking football, the German could be a coup for us. It remains to be seen if he is open to a move to Tottenham though.