After Tottenham Hotspur parted ways with Antonio Conte on Sunday, speculation has been rife about who will replace him as manager. Here are three potential candidates:
Mauricio Pochettino: The Argentine manager enjoyed a successful stint at Tottenham from 2014 to 2019, leading the club to their first Champions League final in 2019. Pochettino was in charge of Paris Saint-Germain and rumors suggest he would be open to a return to Spurs. His familiarity with the club and style of play could make him an ideal candidate.
Luis Enrique: The former Barcelona and Spain manager is another name being mentioned in connection with the Tottenham job. Enrique has a reputation for playing attractive, attacking football, and has experience of managing some of the biggest names in the game. He is currently without a club, having left the Spain national team in 2019.
Julian Nagelsmann: The young German manager is highly regarded in the game and has been linked with a number of high-profile jobs in recent years. Nagelsmann has built a reputation for developing young talent and playing a high-pressing style of football. He is currently free but could be tempted by a move to the Premier League.
Whoever takes over from Conte at Tottenham will have their work cut out for them, as the club has struggled to maintain a consistent level of performance in recent seasons.