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Next Tottenham Manager Odds: Who Will Replace Postecoglou?

Matthew Glazier for Bookies.com

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Next Tottenham Manager Odds: Who Will Replace Postecoglou?

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Next Permanent Tottenham Manager Odds*

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Roberto De Zerbi 4/1 Parimatch
Graham Potter 5/1 Parimatch
Thomas Frank 6/1 BetVictor
Marco Silva 6/1 BetVictor
Thomas Tuchel 10/1 BetVictor
Jose Mourinho 12/1 Parimatch

*Odds up to date as of February 19, 2024

It now appears as though Tottenham are closing in on their new manager. Sports betting apps have continued to shorten the odds on Ange Postecoglou ending up as the permanent replacement for Antonio Conte. There was a plunge of money on the current boss at Celtic despite his claim that Tottenham's interest "doesn't register".

Postecoglou has been successful north of the border, and some media outlets are now reporting that the Australian is the preferred choice of chairman Daniel Levy, with the manager having won back-to-back Scottish Premiership titles and League Cups at Celtic Park. Victory in Saturday's Scottish Cup final completed a domestic treble and a switch to the English Premier League could now be on the cards.

Should the two parties fail to agree terms, perhaps Brendan Rodgers could be next in line to take the job. He is another viable option, and the former Liverpool manager was doing a good job with Leicester City until this season, with the Northern Irishman having been linked with a number of positions since leaving the King Power Stadium.

Postecoglou Looks Set to be Next Spurs Boss

Ange Postecoglou wasn't listed by betting sites for their Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager betting market until recently, but the Australian is now trading as favourite to take charge. He's currently in charge at Celtic and a popular figure in Glasgow after steering the Hoops to a relatively comfortable Scottish Premiership title win this season to make it two on the bounce.

We have previously seen managers such as Brendan Rodgers and Steven Gerrard leave Old Firm clubs to take up roles in the English Premier League, and perhaps Postecoglou will be open to the idea of switching to a club like Tottenham. This season, Spurs were competing for a Champions League place until the last few weeks and the target will be to land a top four spot come the end of the 2023/24 season.

The 57-year-old has a wealth of managerial experience, having been in charge of Yokohama F. Marinos in Japan before heading to Scotland. Previously to this, he was in charge of the Australian national team, while Postecoglou has also enjoyed spells with A-League clubs such as Brisbane Roar whom he guided to the title in 2011. Perhaps this is the man who can resurrect the fortunes of an ailing Spurs team.

It has now been reported that Tottenham will increase their interest in Postecoglou following Saturday's Scottish Cup final, with Celtic potentially powerless to prevent their manager leaving for the north London club. The fact that Australian Scott Munn has just become chief football officer at Spurs can only increase the chances of the Celtic boss being appointed as Antonio Conte's permanent replacement.

Rodgers Could Be Ready for Spurs 

Brendan Rodgers might have experienced a fall from grace at Leicester this season, but there's little denying that he will be regarded as an overall success at the Midlands club. The Foxes played European football and also won the FA Cup under this manager. Indeed, the Northern Irishman came close to steering the Foxes back into the Champions League on two occasions.

The 2022/23 season worked out badly for him, and it was little surprise to see a parting of the ways, but Rodgers would still be seen as a desirable asset by many clubs, and that could include a Tottenham club looking to move in a new direction. His price with most football betting sites reflects that. 

Rodgers can point to the fact that he created exciting and often winning teams at Liverpool, Celtic and Leicester, with the Northern Irishman never short of ambition, and perhaps he could land this role. His odds with most new betting sites suggest he will interest Spurs, and he certainly has the experience to rebuild a team and prove himself a success.

Luis Enrique Also in the Running for Spurs Job 

According to previous reports, Luis Enrique was open to talks with Tottenham but his odds have subsequently drifted lately. The Spaniard is hugely experienced, with the 52-year-old having recently stepped down as the coach of the Spanish national team following their exit at last year's World Cup. He has held talks with both Spurs and Chelsea about the manager positions and remains on the shortlist as far as the former is concerned.

Enrique has previously been in charge of Barcelona, and he was able to steer the Catalan side to a Champions League success during the 2014/15 season. He also secured two La Liga titles during his time at the Camp Nou, with Tottenham likely to be interested in someone with such a strong track record.

He is regarded as one of the leading football coaches in the world, although fans were expecting great things from Conte when he took charge of Tottenham, and it would take a sizeable package to lure Enrique to the club. However, Napoli's owners recently admitted that the Spaniard was eyeing a move to the Premier League rather than Serie A.

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Could Frank Switch From Brentford? 

Betting sites think it's possible that Thomas Frank might decide to switch from Brentford to Tottenham this summer. It would be an interesting story, with the Dane having been a huge success story with a Bees side who have gone from finishing 13th last season to ninth this time around.

Realistically, it's going to be difficult for Frank to steer Brentford any higher than mid-table and he might be attracted to a bigger club with more potential. The focus will be on qualifying for the Champions League next season, and Frank's achievement on a modest budget at the west London club means that the bookies respect his chances of taking charge at Spurs.

The 49-year-old has been at Brentford since 2018 and he is arguably the most successful manager in the history of the club. It would be little surprise if Tottenham have sounded him out when it comes to replacing Antonio Conte on a permanent basis and that is reflected in the latest betting odds.

Could We See Potter at Spurs? 

Bookmakers think there could be a plot twist at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium that sees Graham Potter make a swift return to football management. The Englishman was sacked by Chelsea earlier this year, and he might be looking for an immediate return to the game.

With the Tottenham manager's position vacant, perhaps Potter will express an interest in taking charge of a squad likely to be missing Harry Kane in the summer. This is still a high-profile position and an opportunity for the former Brighton boss to demonstrate why Chelsea took a chance on him in the first place.

Potter was impressive at Brighton after replacing Chris Hughton, and he created a team that played attractive football, with Roberto de Zerbi taking the baton and continuing this good work at the Amex. Perhaps Daniel Levy will be prepared to offer the former Swansea boss a chance to rebuild the squad in the hope of challenging for a top-four spot next season.

Nagelsmann Drifts in the Betting Market

Julian Nagelsmann was thought to be out of the running to be next Tottenham manager, but his latest betting odds suggest there is still a reasonable chance that the German will take charge of Spurs for the 2023/24 season. With Arne Slot seemingly ruling himself out of the role, perhaps the north London club will sound out the former Bayern Munich manager.

Strange as it may sound, Nagelsmann is still on the Bayern payroll despite the Bavarian outfit choosing to replace the 35-year-old with Thomas Tuchel a few months previously, with Nagelsmann having been put on gardening leave.

It had been thought that we might see him take charge in the Premier League, with Tottenham Hotspur but perhaps Spurs were put off by the prospect of having to pay £10 million for his services. Having recently rebuffed Chelsea, it appeared that Nagelsmann was making a power play for the Spurs role and perhaps now a deal can still be done.

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Matthew Glazier for Bookies.com
Matthew Glazier
Matthew Glazier, the former Head of Marketing at bet365, is a veteran in the online betting industry and contributes to Bookies.com.