The Telegraph have revealed that Tottenham Hotspur are not expected to make a move for Graham Potter following his sacking by Chelsea.
Tottenham have been linked with a whole host of managers over the last few weeks, including the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Oliver Glasner, Roberto De Zerbi, Luis Enrique and several others (The Athletic).
The Daily Star claimed earlier this week that the North London club have narrowed down their list to four names – Julian Nagelsmann, Vincent Kompany, Thomas Frank and Arne Slot
There have been some murmurs on social media suggesting Potter could now become a contender for the job following his departure from Stamford Bridge.
The English head coach was reported to be of interest to Tottenham during his Brighton days, with the 47-year-old most recently linked with the Spurs hot seat last summer (Football.London).
The Telegraph have now confirmed that Tottenham did have a genuine interest in Potter in the past.
However, the report asserts that the Lilywhites are ‘unlikely’ to move for him this time around, given the nature of his departure from Chelsea.
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Potter evidently failed to deal with the pressure that comes with the Chelsea job, which is why I do not think any of the top clubs would consider making a move for the 47-year-old.
Besides, Levy would be aware that the optics of hiring yet another Chelsea reject would not be good.
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