Antonio Contethe time Tottenham Hotspur After a tough season with the club it looks like it’s coming to an end.
Conte returned to the shelter to watch Wednesday night after recovering from gallbladder surgery. Spurs eliminated from Champions League at the hands of AC Milan.
Speaking about his future after the match, Conte said, “We will meet at the end of the season and decide. I have an ongoing contract and we will see how the season ends.”
The Italian manager has not concealed his disappointment with Tottenham’s responsibility, often arguing that the club does not have the talent or financial resources at its disposal to end the trophy drought that is now certain to reach 15 years.
After taking office in November 2021 and dramatically finishing the Spurs in the top four last season and elevating Arsenal to the Champions League, there was optimism that Conte could lead the club to a title challenge this season.
But as north London rivals Arsenal recover from the disappointment of a fifth-place finish and launch a serious bid for the Premier League trophy, the Spurs, having already been eliminated from the Carabao Cup and FA Cup, find themselves once again in a battle for fourth place. in shock defeats by Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United respectively.
Now they are also outside of Europe and there are increasing reports that this will happen. Conte’s final season at the helm. So who can take over?
Mauricio Pochettino (11/8, via betfair)
The former Spurs manager has been out of work since leaving Paris Saint-Germain, winning his first league title at the end of the 2021-22 season. Pochettino had a strong relationship with Harry Kane and may have been the best candidate for the striker to stay at the club.
Thomas Tuchel (5/1)
Tuchel was sacked by London rivals Chelsea in September. He has an impressive track record throughout his coaching career at Borussia Dortmund, PSG and Stamford Bridge, reaching two Champions League finals and lifting the trophy in his first season with the Blues.
Roberto De Zerbi (11/2)
Brighton appointed De Zerbi in September, shortly after Tuchel was sacked, as Chelsea missed Brighton’s previous coach, Graham Potter. De Zerbi, who made a name for himself in Serie A with Sassuolo and then spent a short time at Shakhtar Donetsk, got off to a good start in his life in the Premier League and moved his brand to the south coast, where he plays fast-breaking football. rain of goals.
Thomas Frank (8/1)
The Brentford head coach continues to impress in west London, and after five years in tenure, he may be tempted by a new challenge.
Ange Postecoglu (12/1)
The Australian has been in charge of Celtic for just a season and a half, but has already won three trophies and is on his way to back-to-back league titles under his leadership.
Max Allegri 14/1
Vincent Kompany 14/1
Brendan Rogers 16/1
Ralph Hasenhuttl 20/1
Ryan Mason 20/1
Diego Simeone 33/1
Marcelo Bielsa 33/1
Jose Mourinho 100/1