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Daniel Levy reportedly interested in appointing Hansi Flick as Tottenham manager

Daniel Levy is reportedly interested in hiring Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick to take over the role as manager of Tottenham this summer.

According to the Telegraph, the Spurs chairman is interested in appointing the UEFA Champions League-winning manager, who is set to leave the Bundesliga champions this summer with Julian Nagelsmann taking over the head coaching role for the Bavarian giants for next season.

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Tottenham are still on the search for a new manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho last month, with Ryan Mason in interim control until the end of the season as Spurs remain in the race for qualifying for Europe with two games of the Premier League campaign left to play.

Spurs have been linked with an abundance of managers since the departure of Mourinho, with the likes of Maurizio Sarri, Scott Parker and Graham Potter all being rumoured as targets for the north London club, who are said to be keen on hiring a figure who for the long-term in a similar fashion to Mauricio Pochettino.

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TBR View: Germany vacancy could see Spurs miss out on yet another managerial target

It would be an understatement to say that Spurs have been unlucky when it comes to seeking a new manager that can take control of the club for the long term, with the aforementioned Nagelsmann being signed by Bayern just a few days after the Independent reported that the German coach was a top target for Tottenham, with Erik ten Hag another figure that has committed to another club for the time being.

And the case could also be the same for Flick, who is widely seen as the successor to Joachim Low as manager of the German national team, with the current Bayern boss a former assistant for Die Mannschaft, and if an approach is made, Tottenham will likely lose out on yet another target to replace Mourinho.

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