Eintracht Frankfurt head coach, Oliver Glasner, who is rumoured to be on Tottenham’s wishlist, has insisted that he has not spoken to any other yet.
Oliver Glasner‘s reputation blossomed when he lead Eintracht Frankfurt to Europa League glory last season but after a strong first half of the season, the Bundesliga club have struggled to pick up results over the last few months.
The Austrian will depart Deutsche Bank Park at the end of the season, with the club announcing last week that the parties had decided to go their separate ways.
Glasner continues to be mooted as a candidate for the Tottenham job, with Football Transfers even claiming earlier this week that the 48-year-old is Daniel Levy’s first choice to replace Antonio Conte.
The outlet claimed that the Spurs chairman has already spoken to the former Wolfsburg boss about the vacancy in N17.
However, Glasner has now denied any talks with Tottenham, insisting that his full focus remains on Eintracht until the final game of the season.
He said (via La Ola 1): “I’m now only dealing with Eintracht Frankfurt.
“I think the team, the fans and the city deserve 100% Oliver Glasner right up to the last game. I feel I have a duty.”
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While Glasner might have been one of the top names on Tottenham’s wishlist a few months ago, his stock has fallen considerably on the back of Eintracht’s recent struggles.
I doubt if the Spurs hierarchy would now give serious consideration to appointing the 48-year-old.
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