Championship and European clubs are looking at interim Tottenham Hotspur boss Ryan Mason
According to the Athletic, Championship and European clubs are looking at Ryan Mason and the talented young manager might not stay at Tottenham Hotspur under a new head coach.
Tottenham’s managerial carousel started spinning when Antonio Conte departed in March, leaving the club in disarray. In a swift turn of events, former assistant Cristian Stellini was appointed as his replacement, only to be swiftly replaced himself after a crushing 6-1 defeat against Newcastle United.
Filling the void was Ryan Mason, who stepped in as acting head coach until the season’s end. While results did not see a dramatic upturn during Mason’s tenure, there was a notable shift in the players’ attitude and performance levels.
Nonetheless, it is widely expected that a permanent manager will be brought in this summer to build upon the foundation set by the young coach. Tottenham cannot take a punt on Mason being the permanent head coach.
That said, Mason might have a potential role at Tottenham, even with the arrival of a new manager. However, his willingness to stay or explore other opportunities remains uncertain and he could be tempted.
As of now, no final decisions have been made regarding Mason’s future, and he is currently taking some well-deserved time off now that the season has concluded. Tottenham might love for him to stick around though.
Looking ahead, Mason will carefully assess his options and engage in discussions with Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, to determine his role within the club. To be fair, the young Englishman has the potential to be a head coach.
As word of Mason’s availability spreads, clubs from the Championship and across Europe are already expressing their interest in the young manager. His impressive stint as acting head coach has not gone unnoticed, and his potential as a future leader is highly regarded.
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His tenacity, footballing intelligence, and ability to connect with players have become his trademarks, which bode well for his future prospects as a head coach. Mason could be destined to become a Tottenham manager at some point in the future. Let’s see how this goes.