The English first division club Tottenham Hotspur has allegedly with Ralf Rangnick and Erik ten Hag two well-known candidates to succeed the killed Jose Mourinho on the list. That reports the telegraph.
Accordingly, ten Hag, still tied to Ajax Amsterdam until 2022, is the most likely option. It is currently uncertain whether the Dutchman, who coached FC Bayern Munich’s second team between 2013 and 2015, would even agree to a move.
Ten Hag had a conversation with him in mid-April ESPN said, “Why shouldn’t I continue? There’s no need to doubt it. I have a contract here.”
Rangnick, on the other hand, would be available immediately. In the past few weeks, the former Leipzig coach was initially associated with an engagement at Schalke 04 and later with a job as a Frankfurt coach. The native Backnanger was also traded as a national coach candidate after Joachim Löw announced his resignation after the European Championship.
The fact that Rangnick is now only considered an outsider to the post of German national coach is also related to the termination of the contract of Bayern’s success guarantee Hansi Flick. The 56-year-old asked his employer to release him from his contract at the end of the season.
Ralf Rangnick would be available immediately
Tottenham released Mourinho about a week ago.