Tottenham, coach Enrique ‘strongly appointed’… Chelsea give up

 The group of candidates for the next director has been narrowed down.

The British media ‘Express’ said on the 20th (Korean time), “Chelsea has given up on appointing Luis Enrique (52), former Spanish national team manager,” and “It is a clear path for Tottenham Hotspur. Currently, Tottenham is after Antonio Conte (53). The director’s seat was left vacant.”

Recently, Tottenham is heating up the appointment of the next manager. Coach Conte, who has been in charge of Tottenham since November 2021, was sacked after an interview criticizing poor performance and the club. Head coach Christian Stellini is acting head coach. It is a move to appoint an official manager in the summer after the end of the season.메이저놀이터

After the sacking of coach Conte, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy started negotiations with former Bayern Munich coach Julian Nagelsmann (35). However, Nagelsman failed to give a definite answer. Mauricio Pochettino (51), former Tottenham manager, is said to have not been nominated.

A candidate for the next director has been selected. According to ‘Express’, manager Enrique started negotiations with Chelsea after sacking manager Graham Porter, but it is known that the contract was ultimately unsuccessful. Tottenham still have Enrique as their candidate. Chelsea have turned their eyes and are weighing the next manager over Pochettino and Nagelsmann. Frank Lampard, who was appointed interim manager at Chelsea after Porter, lost all four official matches.

He is a manager who wrote the history of European football. In the 2014-15 season, coach Enrique led FC Barcelona to Spanish La Liga, Copa del Rey, and Champions League titles, achieving a treble. After that, he led the Spanish national team for about 4 years from 2018. After being eliminated in the round of 16 of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, he is looking for a new team.

‘Express’ said, “A clear path has been opened for Tottenham to appoint manager Enrique. However, Levy has doubts about manager Enrique, who has no experience in the English Premier League. he added.

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