Tottenham have four wildcard next manager options once Nuno sacked including Ryan Mason | Football | Sport
Tottenham manager Nuno Espirito Santo could be sacked after just 10 Premier League games. The Spurs boss is in trouble after the dismal defeat to Manchester United. Express Sport looks at some wildcard options for Spurs with the likes of Antonio Conte and Erik ten Hag likely out of reach.
Gerrard has had a fruitful spell at Rangers since joining in 2018, winning the Scottish Premier League and enhancing Rangers’ reputation in European football.
The 41-year-old has successfully overruled Celtic’s stay at the top of the throne and brought in lots of exciting young talent.
The Liverpool legend has been tipped to take over his old side in the future once Jurgen Klopp leaves the club.
And Tottenham could be the ideal stepping stone for him to prove himself in the Premier League.
Mason has been in the ranks at Tottenham ever since his early retirement following a fractured skull sustained in 2017.
He joined the coaching staff at Tottenham in 2018, and became the official academy coach for their UEFA Youth League side.
Having been named as interim manager following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal in April, he won four and lost three of his seven games in all competitions.
And he could be a cheap appointment if Spurs are undecided on a new man for the long term.
Parker earned plaudits for his management of Fulham in the Premier League last season with his adventurous style of play.
However, he couldn’t stop them from going down to the Championship with just 27 points.
He subsequently joined Bournemouth on a three-year deal and has taken the Cherries to the top of the Championship with 11 wins and four draws from 15 games.
And his philosophy could see himself land the Spurs job, making a superb return to the side he played for between 2011 and 2013.
The ‘Flying German’ scored 30 league goals in 56 Premier League games in his time at White Hart Lane, and could be a potential replacement for Nuno given his managerial prowess.
Having managed Germany to a third-placed finish at the 2006 World Cup, Klinsmann took over Bayern Munich, although he ended up losing his job after being third in the league.
He also managed Hertha Berlin in 2019, but quit via Facebook just 10 weeks into the job, with a record of just three wins from 10 matches.
However, his availability could tempt Spurs into a move for him, even if somewhat temporarily. He made clear in the summer that it was a role he would be keen to take up.
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