Fabrizio Romano provides Spurs Gasperini update...and it's not good news
Respected journalist, Fabrizio Romano, has delivered another hammer blow to Spurs and their search for a new boss, this time in relation to Atalanta coach, Gian Piero Gasperini.
Gasperini is one of a number of names being mentioned as a potential successor to Jose Mourinho. The Atalanta coach has built quite the reputation over in Italy.
But rather than coming close to taking the Spurs job, it seems Gasperini is happy where he is and taking to Twitter today, Fabrizio Romano has offered an update on some of Gasperini’s latest comments.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 9, 2021
The words from the Italian will be another blow to Spurs and their hopes of quickly appointing a successor to Mourinho. Indeed, it seems with each passing day a candidate moves to rule themselves out of the running.
Gasperini is one of the more experienced names being touted. At 63, he’s enjoyed spells with the likes of Inter Milan, Palermo, and Genoa, in what has been an illustrious career.
TBR View: It just gets worse for Spurs, they could end up scraping the barrel
Another day, another name seemingly out of the running for Spurs and Daniel Levy. And while it’s not the end of the world missing out on Gasperini, the trend is worrying for Tottenham.
The club need someone in and they need the right person. Ryan Mason is clearly struggling so far, albeit he wasn’t expected to be amazing given his lack of experience.
It looks like the wait will go on for Spurs fans for a while yet, with Gasperini now out of the running as well.
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