There are news reports. The former Liverpool player has emerged as the No. 1 candidate for the Tottenham Hotspur job after sacking Antonio Conte at the end of March.
Xabi Alonso has emerged as the favorite to become the Tottenham Hotspur manager after impressing at Bayer Leverkusen. The former Spain and Liverpool midfielder took charge at the Bay Arena in October. By that time the UFABET team was at risk of relegation from the Bundesliga. He didn’t just bring the team to the top of the table and give them a chance to qualify for Europe. But he also led his former struggling side to the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Spurs are yet to appoint a permanent manager following Antonio Conte. Left in March and ended his time in north London on a bad note . Another soon left, now it’s Ryan Mason took charge of the team on a temporary basis for his second term. Before hiring the next permanent manager. And according to De Telegraaf , Alonso’s abilities as a player give him at least one edge over rival Arne Slot. Slot’s Feyenoord are on course to win the Eredivisie by eight points clear of second place with four games remaining.
It is said that the Dutch club, who have reached the quarter-finals of the Europa League this season, are desperately wanting to keep their slot. They are expected to offer him better terms while also strengthening his squad ahead of the Champions League campaign . Another name has been linked, however, according to The Telegraph, questions about the club’s next sporting director. Following Fabio Paratici’s resignation, doubts have been raised about the move.
Leverkusen are unbeaten in their last nine games, with six wins three draws. But look set to lose their place in the Champions League, partly because they have picked up just five points from their first eight games under Jeira . Erdo Zeoane, coach before Alonso. But they will still be eligible to play at Europe’s top stage if they win the Europa League. The top Bundesliga side are relegated to the Europa League after finishing third in their group behind Porto and the club Bruges. However, reached the quarter-finals after beating Monaco, Ferencvaros and Union Saint-Gillis, and could reach the final in Budapest if they beat Roma.
Meanwhile, Spurs have already bid farewell to their top-four hopes after defeats to Newcastle and Liverpool in their last two league games, conceding 17 goals in six games. Since Conte’s departure. go And has not been able to keep a clean sheet. Since February 26, Mason appeared frustrated after losing at Anfield. The former Englishman believes Diogo Jota shouldn’t have been on the pitch to score the winning goal. After throwing his foot high on Oliver Skipp early in the game. said Spurs’ interim boss. “It was a direct red card. Bleeding from his studs while his head was 5 feet in the air baffled me. “It is dangerous for the opponent. Skipp needs stitches. And Jota scores when he shouldn’t be on the pitch.