Brendan Rodgers is not interested in replacing Jose Mourinho as Spurs boss.

Rodgers’ Leicester are in the FA Cup final and on the verge of qualifying for the Champions League, and therefore Sky Sports News believe that the ex-Liverpool and Celtic manager wants to remain at the King Power Stadium to continue his outstanding work with the club.

Tottenham’s search for a new manager started last Monday following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.

But with Rodgers now ruled out and Spurs’ number one target, Julian Nagelsmann to join Bayern Munich at the end of the season, Daniel Levy must turn his attentions elsewhere.

Ajax manager Erik ten Hag, who came up against Mauricio Pochettino in the memorable 2019 Champions League semi-final, is now the clear favourite, according to the Telegraph, although both Scott Parker and England boss Gareth Southgate are surprise contenders.

Former Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick and Roberto Martinez have also been mentioned, although Ryan Mason will remain in charge for the final five Premier League games.



  1. Why would any good manager come to Spurs when Levy keeps on firing them without giving them Chance or money to built their team who will follow the managers’s instructions. The current crop of players are useless. I have not seen a fighting spirit from this lot like Leicester & Westham does.

  2. No decent manager would come to spurs, not the way levy treats it’s managers, instant success with the minimum amount of money spent on players, the only manager that will come to spurs is someone unemployed and….a bit desperate.


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