The penalty alone is £6 million. It’s clear why cheeky chairman Daniel Levy wants to hire Arne Schott, even if it means paying a hefty penalty. It’s because he regrets not being able to land the Manchester United boss, Eric ten Hagg.

Tottenham’s season has been far from satisfactory. Before the start of the season, Antonio Conte’s side were curiously aiming to escape relegation, but the reality has been harsh. They were knocked out of all cup competitions and failed to qualify 스포츠토토 for the UEFA Champions League (UCL), their top remaining goal. If we get it wrong, we could miss out on European competition altogether.

There are a lot of things that need to be addressed, but the most urgent is the hiring of a new coach. Since Conte’s dismissal in March, the club has yet to name a successor. During this time, acting manager Christian Stellini was sacked after being blamed for a 1-6 loss to Newcastle United and was replaced by Ryan Mason.

Since Conte’s dismissal, several names have been floated for the job. Among them were Mauricio Pochettino, formerly of Tottenham, Luis Enrique, formerly of the Spanish national team, Brighton manager Roberto De Jervi, and more recently, Sporting CP’s Hubeng Amorim and the slot at Feyenoord.

However, talks with the most talked-about manager, Nagelsmann, fell through. “Nagelsmann has been ruled out of the running for the Tottenham job,” Sky Sports and other local media outlets reported. No specific reasons were given, but it seems that they were unable to reconcile their differences.

This was quickly followed by a rebuttal. Tottenham didn’t reject Nagelsmann, but rather the other way around. “Nagelsmann turned down the job because he was unhappy with Tottenham’s direction. He turned down Tottenham’s offer,” the UK’s Daily Mail reported.

In this situation, Spurs are in contact with Slott. “Spurs have opened discussions with Slott, according to an inside source,” the UK’s Football Insider reported on April 18. Tottenham hierarchy have been impressed with Slott. He is currently at the top of the list of candidates to become Spurs’ next manager.”

Sky Sports in the UK also reported, “There is growing concern within Feyenoord that Tottenham will lose Slott to Spurs. Slott is currently Tottenham’s number one choice for the job. Of course, Feyenoord are still trying to keep Slott. They are planning to double his current salary of €4 million ($5.7 million).”

Despite the hefty penalty, Levy is adamant. That’s because he regrets missing out on Ten Hagh. “Spurs regret not being able to advance their interest in the Tottenham job to the then-Ajax boss in 2021,” said Football London reporter Alasdair Gold.

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