Contrary to previous rumors in this direction, Julian Nagelsmann will apparently not be the coach of Tottenham Hotspur.
Multiple media including Sky Sports and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano report that ex-Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann is not an issue at Tottenham Hotspur after all.
Accordingly, there will be no further negotiations with Nagelsmann. And loud Sky Sports there has been no meeting with the German so far.
Even more: Nagelsmann himself is said to have only been interested in this office if a new sports director came along to support his ideas.
The club’s current sporting director Fabio Paratici was banned for 30 months in January for his role in the financial scandal at Juventus. A successor is still unknown.
Nagelsmann was previously traded at Chelsea, but the Blues have probably committed to ex-Spurs coach Mauricio Pochettino. In addition, Nagelsmann is said to have had no interest in this job either.
Nagelsmann, who was dismissed as FC Bayern coach after less than two years in office at the end of March, is planning his future these days and is loud sports1-Information decided to reshuffle his coaching staff. Dino Toppmöller, who is associated with Eintracht Frankfurt, Benjamin Glück and Xaver Zembrod will dedicate themselves to other tasks in the future. It is still unclear who is the possible successor.
Next to caretaker coach Ryan Mason, former Hamburger Vincent Kompany, who recently extended his contract with Burnley, and Leverkusen coach Xabi Alonso now have the best chances of becoming Spurs coach. Loud ESPN Bo Svensson, currently coach in Mainz, is also a candidate.