With Tottenham’s head coach pictured aboard a Ryanair flight to Italy last week, it appears he need not have bothered booking a return as it was announced on Sunday night that he had left the club by mutual consent. Rumours have been circulating the last few days regarding his departure after Antonio Conte was seeing journeying home for the International break, naturally, his successor is being heavily theorised by everyone in the footballing world. We wanted to look at who is available right now and who is most likely to fill Conte's shoes.
The former Bayern Munich boss has only just parted ways with the German champions under very strange and suspicious circumstances, similar to Antonio Conte. Supposedly Naelsmann has personal ties to the club and would love the role.
Highly regarded by the fans and players alike, of course, the former Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino was tipped to take the position four years after his last stint. Pochettino is available after his attempted success at PSG & rumoured move to Manchester United. This move is the one that makes the most sense, what do you think?
Roberto De Zerbi
We're not sure why he appears on this list but the bookies seem to like him. Brighton & Hove Albion aren't having much like with holding on to managers this season after the drama with Graham Potter. It didn't work for Chelsea, why should it work for Spurs?
After a lacklustre World Cup performance with Spain, Luis Enrique has quietly been sat on the sidelines for the last few months waiting for an opening. The big-name plays a style of football that would suit Tottenham and he is also favoured by one of Tottenham's directors, Fabio Paratici.