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Here’s Who We Think Can Replace Mourinho

Here’s Who We Think Can Replace Mourinho

Jose Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham Hotspurs on Monday, the day after they joined the Super League plans. Now that he’s on his way out as head coach, here’s who we think can replace Mourinho to lead Spurs.

For the role of Tottenham head coach, here’s who we think can replace Mourinho. These candidates have been arranged in the increasing order of their suitability in our eyes:

Rafa Benitez:

Rafa Benitez could step in as an interim manager at Spurs. After a year of coaching in China, his desirability might be low, but not his experience. however, would he like an interim position, which may not turn permanent?

Likelihood rating: 2/10

Max Allegri:

Much like Mourinho himself in training style, Max Allegri might be a smooth transition for Spurs players. However, the Italian has been out of management for two years now, as he left Juventus in 2019. Further, he has been heavily linked with a return to Juventus. Still, he’s available and perfect for short-term success.

Likelihood rating: 5/10

Steven Gerrard:

Under Steven Gerrard, Rangers slowly but surely overthrew Celtic. But for this very reason, Gerrard might not want to leave his team just yet.

Likelihood rating: 5/10

Brendan Rodgers:

90min learned in March that Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers was the favourite to take over as Spurs manager. His performance as a manager is excellent. Leicester City may not let him leave though.

Likelihood rating: 6/10

Diego Simeone:

Atletico Madrid have flourished under Diego Simeone. He has even indicated that he’d be open to moving to Spurs. But will Atletico let him go easily?

Likelihood rating: 3/10

Nuno Espirito Santo:

An exciting and upcoming Premier League coach, Nuno Espirito Santo has propelled Wolves forward into seventh place. Moving to Spurs is a step up in the EPL for him, because Tottenham is among the “elite” after all.

Likelihood rating: 5/10

Julian Nagelsmann:

RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann may seem inexperienced, but he’s brought his team to lead Bundesliga. Indeed, he’s the youngest coach in the German scene right now. At just 33, he may bring a youthful touch to Tottenham and connect best with the young team. Here’s an argument championing Nagelsmann as Mourinho’s successor.

Likelihood rating: 4/10

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