The Guardian have revealed that Tottenham managerial target Thomas Tuchel would prefer his next job to be in the Premier League.
Multiple publications have revealed over the last couple of days that Antonio Conte’s time at Tottenham is about to run out, with Fabio Paratici having been tasked with compiling a list of potential successors to the Italian (Daily Mail).
The Athletic revealed a couple of days ago that Tuchel is one of the names on the Spurs managing director’s wishlist, alongside the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Luis Enrique, Roberto De Zerbi, Thomas Frank, Steve Cooper, Oliver Glasner and Marco Silva.
However, the publication suggested that the former Chelsea boss would know that he is likely to be the number one choice for Bayern Munich and Real Madrid if there is a vacancy at either club in the summer.
The Guadian have now seemingly provided Tottenham’s chances of snapping up Tuchel with a boost by revealing that the German ideally wants his next job to be in England.
However, it is explained that the next move for the 49-year-old will be shaped by what else is out there for him in the summer.
Spurs Web Opinion
Among all the managers that Spurs have been linked with, one can argue that Tuchel’s tactics would be the one that is best suited to the current make-up of our squad.
Compared to the likes of Pochettino and Enrique, who will likely demand major overhauls, the German might only need to make a few tweaks to help the squad adapt to his style of play.
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