After the dismissal of Jose Mourinho at Tottenham Hotspur, former Spurs striker Jürgen Klinsmann is the bookmaker’s favorite to succeed him.
Klinsmann was at the top of the illustrious list of candidates with a rate of 7: 2. The striker, who scored 33 times for the club from north London, was rated 50-1 before the Portuguese was sacked. Klinsmann’s last engagement was over a year ago. At that time he took over Hertha BSC, but threw it out after a few months.
Julian Nagelsmann’s commitment, who is said to have been a topic at Spurs in the past, was also rated 7: 2. The trainer from RB Leipzig is said to be the top favorite to succeed Hansi Flick at Bayern, who wants to leave the club in the summer.
Behind the two Germans follow Leicester coach Brendan Rodgers and Spurs legend Ledley King, followed by Massimiliano Allegri, Steven Gerrard and Scott Parker.
The Spurs parted ways with Mourinho on Monday afternoon due to the sporting situation. Ryan Mason will take over the training of the professional team on an interim basis. The 29-year-old was an active player for Spurs himself and had to end his career early after a head injury.