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Tottenham Hotspur linked with 57-year-old manager in charge of one-time European Cup winners

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Tottenham Hotspur linked with Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou

According to the Independent, Tottenham Hotspur have emerged as potential suitors for Celtic’s highly regarded manager, Ange Postecoglou.

The Australian tactician has made a significant impact during his tenure at the Scottish club, prompting strong interest from the North London outfit. He has been linked with a move to the N17.

While Tottenham had initially set their sights on Arne Slot, the Feyenoord manager’s concerns regarding the club’s current structure have led him to remain in the Eredivisie. He is now set to extend his deal at the club.

Amidst their managerial search, Tottenham are reportedly exploring other options such as Ruben Amorim and Luis Enrique. However, the appointment of Ange Postecoglou could prove to be a smoother transition for the London-based club.

Postecoglou has garnered significant admiration across Europe due to his impressive achievements at Celtic. Over the past two seasons, he has steered the Scottish side to four trophy wins, firmly establishing his reputation as a successful manager.

His arrival at Tottenham would undoubtedly inject an element of excitement, with the 57-year-old known for implementing an attacking brand of football. Tottenham boasts of a plethora of quality attackers within their ranks, making Postecoglou an ideal candidate to manage their talented squad.

Angelos Postecoglou at Tottenham? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)
Angelos Postecoglou at Tottenham? (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The Australian’s expertise could unlock the full potential of players such as Harry Kane, Son Heung-min, and Dejan Kulusevski ensuring an exhilarating style of play that fans crave. If appointed, Postecoglou would undoubtedly bring a fresh approach to the club’s tactical philosophy.

For Postecoglou, the opportunity to manage Tottenham represents a chance to test his skills at the highest level. While his time at Celtic, who were the 1967 European Cup winners, has been fruitful, the prospect of leading a Premier League club of Tottenham’s stature is an enticing proposition that may be difficult to resist.

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Currently, Ryan Mason, a former midfielder, is serving as Tottenham’s interim manager. While he has performed admirably in his temporary role, the club is eager to secure a long-term solution. Let’s see if Postecoglou is the man for that.

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