Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager Odds

Tottenham Manager Odds

Liam Bewsher | @LBewsherMedia

Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager Odds

Antonio Conte is beginning to look like a man under pressure at Tottenham Hotspur, following several clashes with the media following a series of poor performances that have seen Spurs go from early title contenders to desperately clinging on to the top four race.

The Italian had previously vented his discontent towards the media and the lack of transparency from Spurs, by saying:

"In England I think there's a bad habit that it's only the coach talks and explains. "I've never seen the medical department coming here to explain. I've never seen the club or the sporting director coming here to explain the strategy or vision of the club.”

The former Juventus manager further added that “In Italy, before every game there's a person from the club that goes to speak to the media. I think for us it could be really better, otherwise, there is only one face to explain the situation that I think is better for the club to explain. I think it could be good for the club to be present in the media.”

Tottenham spent £149m in the summer on player transfers, which also includes adding Ivan Perisic on a free transfer, as well as Clement Lenglet on loan, however, the Lilywhites look no better off following their 3-3 draw at Southampton, which prompted a further outburst from the Italian.

Conte frequently stated that his players are "selfish" and "lack heart", having given up a 3-1 lead with just 13 minutes to go at St Mary's. On top of this, the Italian criticised the club's board and hierarchy for their lack of success in the last 20 years - remarks that will not have gone down well with Daniel Levy and co.

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Ryan Mason Odds: 1/5

Ryan Mason is the firm favourite to become Tottenham’s next permanent manager, having fulfilled this role in the aftermath of Jose Mourinho’s sacking during the 2020/21 season.

During his brief stint as Spurs manager between April 2021 and June 2021, Mason oversaw seven matches in charge, including an EFL Cup final against Manchester City, winning four and losing three, equating to a 57.1% win percentage.

At present, Mason is the club’s First Team Coach and worked closely alongside Conte’s assistant manager, Cristian Stellini when the Italian was absent due to health issues.

Mason is priced at 1/5 to take over as Spurs’ next manager.

Mauricio Pochettino Odds: 3/1

One of the leading candidates for the Spurs job if Conte was to leave in the near future would inevitably be Mauricio Pochettino, having done a superb job at the club prior to his sacking in November 2019.

Notably, the Argentian led Tottenham to the Champions League final in the 2018/19 campaign despite being given no money to spend in the previous summer transfer window, progressing past the likes of Manchester City and Ajax in dramatic fashion before finishing as runners-up to Liverpool.

During his time at the Lilywhites between May 2014 and November 2019, Pochettino ultimately gave the club a stable platform to progress from, as the club had rarely qualified for the Champions League, before becoming a regular participant during his time at the club as he developed talents such as Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Toby Alderweireld and more.

Pochettino is priced at 3/1 to become Spurs' next manager - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Thomas Tuchel Odds: 6/1

Reports have suggested that former Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel could be interested in becoming Tottenham’s next manager if Conte does depart the club.

This would be a natural replacement, as Tuchel also plays a 5-2-3 formation, but, in a more proactive fashion than the Italian. It would likely mean that Spurs wouldn’t have to completely tear up any project and start again, which would be of good benefit to the club as the German is good at developing players.

Noticeably, Chelsea’s results have only worsened since Tuchel was sacked by the club in September 2022. The 49-year-old was hugely popular at Stamford Bridge, having won them a Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup in 2021, while also making three domestic cup finals during his time at the club.

Tuchel is priced at 6/1 to take the job at Tottenham.

Oliver Glasner Odds: 9/1

Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner has also been linked with a move to Tottenham should Conte be sacked as manager of the Lilywhites.

The 48-year-old Austrian has had an impressive rise in his managerial career, having started off at former club SV Reid in the Austrian Bundesliga, managing them during 2014/15, before earning a move to LASK, where he stayed for four years between July 2015 and 2019, winning 94 of his 161 matches in charge, putting them on the map in European competitions.

Following his successful spell at LASK, Glasner departed for Wolfsburg where he impressed once again, finishing seventh and fourth in his two seasons at the club. Although it seemed an odd move to make at the time, Glasner made the switch to Frankfurt and memorably guided them to the Europa League final last season, winning it against Rangers, having notably beaten Barcelona earlier on in the competition.

Glasner is priced at 9/1 to become Tottenham's next manager.

Luis Enrique Odds: 14/1

Former Spain and Barcelona manager Luis Enrique could be in line for the potential vacancy at Tottenham.

The 52-year-old left his post as Spain’s national manager after their shock Round of 16 defeat to Morocco at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Memorably, Enrique had guided Spain to the semi-finals stage of Euro 2020, but, was defeated by eventual champions, Italy.

Enrique’s best managerial achievement came when he was manager of Barcelona between May 2014 and May 2017, as he won the treble with the Nou Camp club in the 2014/15 season. During his three-year spell as Barca manager, Enrique won a total of nine major honours.

Tottenham are priced at 14/1 to appoint Enrique as their next manager after Conte.

Marco Silva Odds: 16/1

Fulham manager Marco Silva has seen his stock rise following an impressive spell at the Cottagers.

Silva took over as Fulham boss in July 2021, leading them to promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking, winning the Championship with 90 points, while seeing his side fire in an impressive 106 goals. This season, Fulham are in the top half of the table, defying all expectations while making some savvy signings and playing attractive football.

Fulham haven’t played in back-to-back Premier League seasons since they suffered relegation in 2013/14 and are currently outsiders for a European qualification place. Silva has also managed the likes of Hull, Watford and Everton in the Premier League, doing fairly well with the former two, while the job at Goodison Park has been a poisoned chalice for many managers.

Silva is priced at 16/1 to move across London from Fulham to Tottenham.

Vincent Kompany Odds: 16/1

Burnley manager Vincent Kompany will have many suitors following the Clarets’ impressive Championship campaign.

The ex-Manchester City defender’s side are on 83 points after 37 matches, seeing them have an outside chance of breaking Reading’s all-time league record of 106 points.

Burnley are all but promoted at this stage, as they are 16 points clear of third-place Middlesbrough, having played one less game. What makes Kompany’s job at the Clarets look even more impressive, is the fact that they had a summer clear-out, losing key players such as Nick Pope, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Dwight McNeil and more, but, have replaced them all well, with young progressive players that all have bright futures, completely changing the dynamic of the club.

Kompany is priced at 16/1 to leave Burnley for Spurs.

Ange Postecoglou Odds: 18/1

Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou has been linked with many jobs in the Premier League this campaign, as the Australian continues to impress at Parkhead.

The 57-year-old coach has been a revelation having managed to win the Scottish Premiership and Scottish League Cup in his first season in charge and currently sees his side lie nine points clear of Rangers after 29 matches this time around while also winning the Scottish League Cup for a second time at the expense of the Hoops' Old Firm rivals.

What would be promising for his chances too is his track record of developing players, such as Kyogo Furuhashi at Celtic and many more, while showing that he has good knowledge of players in obscure leagues, with Tottenham being a club that are known for not splashing out on large transfer fees, perhaps this could be of great benefit.

Prior to his current role, he had several jobs having been manager at youth levels for the Australian national team, before becoming their manager between 2013 and 2017. He also managed to win the A-League Championship twice and Premiership once with Brisbane Roar between 2010 and 2012, as well as the J-League with Yokohoma Marinos in 2019.

Postecoglou is priced at 18/1 to make the switch from Celtic Park to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Roberto De Zerbi Odds: 18/1

Current Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi is also within an outside chance of landing the job at Tottenham.

At present, the Seagulls are seventh in the Premier League and look on course to qualify for European football this season, especially when considering that they are seven points behind Spurs with three games in hand.

De Zerbi has arguably improved Brighton as a whole from their inconsistent days under Graham Potter, as they are on course for their best-ever Premier League finish, while developing talented youngsters such as Evan Ferguson.

The Italian had previously managed Shakhtar Donetsk where he won the Ukrainian Super Cup in 2021. He was on course to win the Ukrainian Premier League, however, the season wasn't finished due to Russia's invasion. Memorably, De Zerbi managed Sassuolo in Serie A, leading them to back to back eight place finishes between 2019/20 and 2020/21 while developing the likes of Domenico Berardi, Gianluca Scamacca and Giacomo Raspadori.

De Zerbi is priced at 18/1 to leave the Seagulls for the Lilywhites.

Brendan Rodgers Odds: 25/1

Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers is another Premier League manager under pressure, however, he is well known for creating sides that play an attractive style of football, while also having the skills to develop players, having done so with the likes of Youri Tielemans, Wilfried Ndidi and more.

The Northern Irishman was perilously close to qualifying the Foxes for the Champions League in both the 2019/20 and 2020/21 campaigns, missing out and finishing in fifth place on both occasions, however, it must be noted that his side had a series of players missing throughout both seasons due to lengthy injury lay-offs.

On top of this, Rodgers managed oversee the Foxes to the club’s first FA Cup triumph in 2020/21, having beaten Manchester United and Chelsea en route. Leicester also managed to pick up more silverware, as they lifted the 2021 Community Shield at the expense of Manchester City.

Rodgers is priced at 25/1 to depart Leicester for the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.