Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann will not be the future manager of Tottenham Hotspur.
According to BBC Sport, former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann will not be the future manager of Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham, who are now sixth in the Premier League, have been without a permanent manager since Antonio Conte was fired in March.
Nagelsmann, 35, was fired by Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in March and has been connected with the position.
However, no conversations have taken place, and the Spurs are not considering him for the post.
Spurs are still looking for a permanent replacement for Conte after interim manager Cristian Stellini was fired and replaced by Ryan Mason in April.
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According to journalist Guillem Balague, Tottenham has approached Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi, while some rumors have linked Burnley manager and former Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany with the vacant position.
Nagelsmann, who was fired by Bayern Munich on March 24 after a five-game winning streak in the Bundesliga, has also been connected with Chelsea, who have been without a permanent manager since Graham Potter was fired in April.
Nagelsmann is regarded as one of the game’s most promising managers, having taken over at Hoffenheim at the age of 28 before going on to RB Lepizig, where he led the side to the Champions League semi-finals.
He subsequently joined Bayern in 2021 and won the league title as well as two German Supercups in his first season.
Bayern Munich’s next manager is Thomas Tuchel, a former Chelsea manager.
Former Tottenham and England goalkeeper Paul Robinson remarked on Radio 5 Live’s Friday Football Social: “Tottenham need to act, and they need to act quickly.” How could they not be interested in Nagelsmann? He is one of today’s most inventive, forward-thinking coaches.