Tottenham make ‘contact with Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner’ to replace Antonio Conte
Tottenham make ‘contact with Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner’ to replace Antonio Conte after reports Daniel Levy could oust the Italian as manager this week… but ‘Real Madrid and Chelsea are also interested ‘
Tottenham have reportedly contacted Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner to replace Antonio Conte.
Tottenham conceded two late goals to blow a 3-1 lead against Southampton on Saturday.
Conte, 53, then accused his team of lacking professionalism in a 10-minute tirade that also took aim at the club’s culture of the past 20 years.
It has now been reported that Spurs chairman Daniel Levy could oust the Italian as manager this week.
The 48-year-old Austrian coach, whose contract expires in 2024, has been contacted by Tottenham, according to image.
Tottenham have reportedly made contact with Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner.
Antonio Conte, 53, accused his Spurs team of lacking professionalism in a 10-minute tirade
Glasner guided Frankfurt to an impressive Europa League victory last season, however they were unable to beat Serie A leaders Napoli in the round of 16 this year.
Former Frankfurt head coach Friedhelm Funkel said Glasner would be tempted by such an interest.
“Eintracht Frankfurt is a great club, but there are even more attractive jobs,” he told Sky Sport Germany on Sunday.
“If a request comes in from abroad, then I think Oliver will think about it.”
He added: “At Eintracht, you don’t know if the team can stay together… the risk of staying in Frankfurt is too big.”
However, Tottenham will reportedly face competition from Real Madrid and Chelsea for Glasner.
Conte has recently seen his team exit the FA Cup and Champions League in quick succession.
His arrival at Tottenham at the end of 2021 was meant to usher in a new trophy-laden era for the club after his previous success at Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan.
He guided Tottenham to an impressive top-four finish last season, but despite a flurry of transfer activity in the summer, results have been mixed this term.
Conte’s departure was expected to take place in the summer when his contract expires.
It has now been reported that President Daniel Levy could remove the Italian as manager this week.
Tottenham conceded two late goals to blow a 3-1 lead against Southampton on Saturday