Transport expert Fabrizio Romano handed over a file new update On the management research of Tottenham Hotspur…
what is the word?
on Wednesday, and BBC It reported that Tottenham have started talks with former Roma coach Paulo Fonseca, who is ready after he was replaced by Jose Mourinho in May.
It was also claimed that the deal had yet to be struck, and that after the recent setback to Antonio Conte, there is a wary of hierarchy in north London.
Do you want Fonseca as the next Tottenham coach?
Romano has now suggested that these negotiations are still ongoing, despite rumors that A Three-year contract Portuguese coach. In response to a question on Twitter, he said replied: “Fonseca is still in talks… Let’s see.”
word of warning
It is understandable that Spurs err on the side of caution about any conversations, and a word that seems to be banging on them could be enough to make any supporter nervous.
The Lilywhites have been frustrated in their attempts to find a successor to Mourinho and it is widely believed that Fonseca is in fact their sixth candidate, according to daily Mail.
Daniel Levy and his friends Failed With moves for Bayern Munich, Julian Nagelsmann, FA Cup winning Leicester City coach, Brendan Rodgers, Eric ten Hag, Mauricio Pochettino and of course Conte.
At one point, the Italian seemed ready to sign on the dotted line, before talks broke down at the eleventh hour interests That the club can’t match his ambition – in other words, won’t be well-supported in the transfer market.
The longer the conversations with Fonseca, the more suspicion will begin to creep in, just as it happened with Pochettino and then Conte.
The prospects of this saga continuing into the second month aren’t the only reason Spurs fans are nervous – it’s the fact that he was the sixth option on the shortlist. He has also just been replaced by the man who was sacked by Tottenham to create the vacancy.
After many fans recently protest Against the chairman and club owners, ENIC Group, this appointment is a far cry from the kind of inspiration they needed to win back their fans.
Fonseca failed to get past fifth place in Serie A at Stadio Olimpico and was recently embarrassed by Europa League runners-up Manchester United, not to mention his ridiculous failure to use Six submarines, instead of five, during the cup defeat against Spezia.
Overall, this latest development from Romano should be enough to keep many in north London worried about the future.