Report: Tottenham may revive interest in British managerial duo; one has 39.9% win rate
Tottenham Hotspur could be forced to revisit their interest in the British duo of Eddie Howe and Graham Potter as they search for their next manager.
Daniel Levy is still on the lookout for a Jose Mourinho replacement. Levy has so far missed out on some big name targets. The likes of Brendan Rodgers and Antonio Conte have both rejected Spurs.
Other names in the hat, like Erik Ten Hag, and the aforementioned Potter and Howe, have yet to come to fruition.
However, the club are close to appointing Fabio Paratici as their new recruitment chief. And the Mirror has claimed that both Howe and Potter, along with Ten Hag, could be looked at again.
As covered on TBR yesterday, Howe is said to be keen on the Everton job.
The 43-year-old has been out of work since leaving Bournemouth. He led the Cherries to the Premier League during his time there. He is well-regarded, too, having a win percentage rate of 39.9% while in charge.
With Spurs seemingly running out of time and names, it could be that Howe is indeed approached if Levy wants a long-term project.
Who is going to be the next Tottenham manager?
This is in danger of becoming a bit of a circus for the club. They seem to have missed out on so many already, that fans are a bit on edge.
Potter has been mentioned for some time now. Howe, meanwhile, was chucked in at the beginning but has gone away since. However, he seems to be pushing for a return to football now.
Howe wouldn’t be the worst appointment in the world, in truth. He is clearly itching to get back into the game, and is young enough to invest time into.
One thing is for sure, and that’s Tottenham need to get their next manager sorted. And quickly.
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