Tottenham are confident that Ange Postecoglou will not leave the club amidst Liverpool speculation
Tottenham Hotspur are confident about Ange Postecoglou‘s service the next season despite Liverpool rumours, per The Telegraph. The Australian is tipped to be Jurgen Klopp’s replacement in the next season.
Klopp announced his exit from Anfield by the end of the season, leaving many amused and also wondering ‘who next’? A similar situation arises in Spain after the news of Xavi’s departure. Vacant spots at two big clubs will create quite a stir in the market for top coaches around Europe.
Ange Postecoglou is considered to be the favourite to be Jurgen Klopp’s successor in the rumour town. While there are no concrete claims to support this theory, Spurs have several reasons to be wary of.
Klopp took over Liverpool and converted the club into a formidable force. His daring tactics and player management brought the best of them and the much-needed results. How does that leave Ange to be a viable option?
An Ange(l) for the Reds?
We discussed how Klopp changed the way Liverpool looked, played and achieved success. The big question is, how come Ange is considered an option? To begin with, Tottenham is arguably the first ‘big club’ under Postecoglou’s managerial career.
We all remember the first few months of the 2023/24 EPL campaign and how Spurs performed under their new boss. It is quite commendable for someone who just started his journey in arguably the most difficult league in the world.
The situation reflects the start of Jurgen Klopp’s journey with the Merseysiders. The management and fans must be worried of Liverpool’s situation after Klopp’s departure. Will they be what Manchester United are Sir Alex’s farewell?
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The former Celtic boss is signed with the North Londoners until Jun 30, 2027. It is highly unlikely that the manager will trade his new start and chances of going down in Spurs’ history books for a new start at a much bigger club.