“Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is set to hand over full recruitment powers to Arne Slott (44, Feyenoord) when he takes over as manager,” according to the British publication Football Insider.
Slott has been linked with the Spurs job recently. He has led Feyenoord to success this season. They won 3-0 against the Gorehead Eagles in the 32nd round of the Dutch Eredivisie on April 15. They clinched the title early with two games left. It was the team’s first title in six years.
In the UEFA Europa League (UEL), they advanced to the quarterfinals. They were eliminated by Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma (Italy) with a combined score of 2-4 in the first and second legs, but the match went to extra time. Last season, they finished runners-up in the Europa Conference League (UECL). In his two seasons in charge of Feyenoord, he has managed 100 games, winning 65, drawing 20 and losing 15.
His steady hand has made him a favorite to become Tottenham’s next manager. He’s already been given full signing rights. He’s replacing Levy, who was often involved in player signings. This shows the trust Spurs have in him. The club is in desperate need of a good manager.
In March, the club sacked Antonio Conte. Conte took over midway through last season and led the team to the UEFA Champions League (UCL). However, the team has struggled this season. They were eliminated from all cup competitions. Then, in the 28th round of the league, they drew 3-3 with last-place Southampton. In his post-match interview, he criticized the management and the squad. He was eventually kicked out of the team. 토토사이트
Soon after, Tottenham appointed assistant coach Christian Stellini as acting manager. The situation did not improve. In four games, the team won one, drew one, and lost two. In the 32nd round against Newcastle, they brought out a surprise back four, but it was a disaster, resulting in a 1-6 defeat. Spurs immediately drew the hard knives.
Coach Ryan Mason became the acting manager. Upon his arrival, Spurs went 0-2 down at Man Utd, but fought back to make it 2-2. It wasn’t enough to make a difference, but they went on to win one and lose three. Spurs have now slipped to eighth place in the league and are out of contention for a European spot.