The Reds are looking at the Spurs manager to succeed Klopp at the club
Ange Postecoglou will stay at Tottenham, according to the club, instead of taking over for Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool.
Spurs are presently fourth in the Premier League standings, and Postecoglou has made an impression in his debut season in the role. The Australian, who lost star player James Maddison and had a crisis of defence injuries, has received praise for his aggressive style of game.
Due to his success at Spurs, he is now considered to take Klopp’s position at Anfield. After transforming the Merseysiders into among England’s best sides, the German will step down as Reds manager at the end of the current campaign.
The hunt for his replacement will be highly scrutinised, and Postecoglou is one of the candidates being considered. Even if the Liverpool position is alluring, he still has three years left on his Spurs deal.
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Additionally, Tottenham officials have “no fears” that Postecoglou would depart, according to the Daily Telegraph. Rather, the Australian is “extremely confident” that he will remain at the club to continue the good job he has begun this season.
According to his contract, he can receive wage increases and hefty incentives for achieving success. Although Postecoglou was a childhood Liverpool supporter, his present team has not shown worry over this.
The Australian player appears to be considering a lengthy stay at Tottenham, and they feel he is ‘fully dedicated’ to his work there. Spurs executives are moving forward with Postecoglou as their long-term manager, despite the potential attractiveness of the Liverpool position.
Postecoglou has stated he wants to win trophies with Tottenham even though their hopes of doing so are gone for another season. The Australian has made it quite clear that he views his position at Spurs as a long-term endeavour.
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