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Tottenham identifies Julian Nagelsmann as the number one target to replace Jose Mourinho


Tottenham identify Julian Nagelsmann as no.1 target to replace Jose Mourinho

A report from the English media on Monday night provided an insight into Tottenham's potential plans after Jose Mourinho.

Victory hammers

Of course, Spurs returned to the Premier League yesterday afternoon.

The Lilywhites went to London Stadium to play a derby with West Ham United.

Tottenham began the trial in a desperate search for a result as he recently saw the club's home kit fall off a cliff, en route to 4 league losses out of 5.

However, when everything was said and done in the capital on Sunday, the grief of the visitors only worsened.

Lucas Moura's shot in the second half was nothing more than a consolation, as goals from Michael Antonio and Jesse Lingard led West Ham to a 2-1 win:

Mou out / Nagelsmann in?

However, judging by the conclusion of the proceedings just over 24 hours ago, this result was not central to the post-match chatter.

Instead, it was Jose Mourinho.

This was due to the fact that the Tottenham boss did everything possible to get rid of the blame on him and his coaching staff for the recent troubles of Spurs.

Mourinho appears to have blamed Daniel Levy and the transfer executives in north London, explaining:

"We have problems in the team that I, as a coach, cannot solve on my own."

The Portuguese tactician continued:

“Results are the consequences of many situations in football. My methods and those of my coaching staff are unmatched in the world. "

However, such comments are unlikely to have the effect that Mourinho clearly desires.

Instead, the megalomania of the former Chelsea boss appears to further alienate him not only from the players, but from the club's board, and perhaps even the contingent of Tottenham fans who have continued to support him throughout his team's recent struggles.

Tottenham has identified Julian Nagelsmann as the number one target to replace Jose Mourinho

Tottenham Hotspur head coach Jose Mourinho shows his hand on the sideline during the English Premier League football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City at Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London, 21 November 2020 (Photo Clive Rose / POOL / AFP)

Thus, if things continue in the same spirit in north London, it is almost certain that Mourinho will soon find himself looking for a new job.

And, as stated above, if such a separation of paths at Spurs is really to happen this summer, then it looks like the club's board already has a roadmap for next season and beyond.

According to a Telegraph report, the hierarchy at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has identified Julian Nagelsmann as their # 1 target to replace Mourinho.

Boss RB Leipzig Nagelsmann has long enjoyed great respect in his homeland, impressed both Red Bull Arena and Hoffenheim.

The German player is only 33 years old, which means that, of course, he will add fresh new-found freshness and vivacity to the Spurs bench.

It is noteworthy that it is also assumed that Nagelsmann himself would have been open to the idea of moving to the English capital.

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2 Manchester United 25 21 years 49
3 Leicester City 25 17 49
4 West Ham United 25 10 45
5 Chelsea 25 16 43
6 Liverpool 25 11 40
7 Everton 24 4 40
8 Aston Villa 23 11 36
9 Tottenham Hotspur 24 10 36
10 Arsenal FC 25 5 34
11 Wolverhampton Wanderers 25 -6 33
12 Leeds United 24 -3 32
13 Southampton 24 -9 30
14 Crystal palace 24 -15 29
15 Burnley 25 -12 28
16 Brighton & Hove Albion 24 -5 26
17 Newcastle United 25 -17 25
18 Fulham FC 25 -11 22
19 West Bromwich Albion 25 -36 14
20 Sheffield United 25 -26 11
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Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 13
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Calvert-Levin, Dominic Everton 13
Vardy, Jamie Leicester City 12
Bamford, Patrick Leeds United 12
Gundogan, Ilkay Manchester city 11
Wilson, Callum Newcastle United 10
Watkins, Ollie Aston Villa 10
Rashford, Marcus Manchester United 9
Sterling, Raheem Manchester city 9
Barnes, Harvey Leicester City 9
Zaha, Wilfried Crystal palace 9
Maddison, James Leicester City 8
Ings, Danny Southampton 8
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Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick Arsenal FC 8
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