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Five people who are currently in line to become the next Spurs manager: Who will get the job?

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Spurs are most likely to get a new manager in the coming weeks because Tottenham Hotspur are currently making plans to get rid of Antonio Conte.

After Conte’s explosive interview last week, Daniel Levy wants him out of the club asap and the rumours suggest that the Italian will be sacked sometime during the international break.

The latest reports are suggesting that Spurs are finalising the pay-out for their manager and once that is done, the club will announce the sacking of Antonio Conte. Ryan Mason will be named as the caretaker manager until the board figure finalises the next permanent boss.

Rumours are also ripe that the Spurs board will even consult their star player Harry Kane in the decision-making process but this might just be a ploy to make him feel important and stop him from leaving in the summer.

Who will be the next Spurs manager?

Thomas Tuchel’s name was very high on that list but that name had to be struck off after he accepted to become the next Bayern Munich manager.

Tuchel has just replaced Julian Nagelsmann as the Bavarian’s head coach and now Spurs are expected to make a move for the 35-year-old.

Spurs have tried to bring him on board two years ago and as per The Telegraph, Levy is eager to hold talks with him in the coming days. Nagelsmann had a great record at Bayern(losing just three games this season) but still, he got the sack and Spurs might just give him the chance to prove his worth.

The other names that are doing the rounds if of ex-boss Mauricio Pochettino who’s said to be eager to come back to the club but Real Madrid are also interested in him. Perez wants Poch to replace Carlo Ancelotti and if this is true then the Argentine could potentially snub the North London side.

Current Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi has also been discussed but he’s been in the Premier League for less than a year and has managed only 25 games for the Seagulls. An inexperienced manager won’t go down too well with the Tottenham Hotspur fans.

Brentford’s Thomas Frank is also one of the candidates for the job but after taking their chances with people like Nuno Espirito Santo, Andre Villas-Boas and Tim Sherwood, Daniel Levy will want someone at the helm who has pedigree as well as experience.

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