Jürgen Klinsmann is apparently one of the candidates for the vacant coaching position at Tottenham Hotspur for the new season. He reports that table football.
The current coach of the South Korea national team attended Spurs’ home game against AFC Bournemouth at the weekend to actually get an idea of his striker Heung-min Son.
But he may have also been thinking about his future employer. Because loud table football Klinsmann is said to be on Spurs’ list as they look for a new coach.
Tottenham have been managed by Cristian Stellini on an interim basis since Antonio Conte split. After the current season, however, a new coach will be on the sidelines in north London.
In addition to Klinsmann, according to the report, Brendan Rodgers (without a club), Vincent Kompany (FC Burnley), Mauricio Pochettino (without a club, formerly Tottenham Hotspur), Graham Potter (without a club) and Julian Nagelsmann (without a club) are also in the draw.
Klinsmann only took up his post in South Korea two months ago, so saying goodbye in the summer would come as a surprise. However, the former striker and Tottenham share a common past.
Klinsmann had played for Spurs in the 1994/95 season and for a half-season in 1997/98. In 1995 he was also voted England’s footballer of the year in a Tottenham shirt and has since been listed as a “legend” at the club.