Connect with us
Follow MySportDab WhatsApp Channel HERE
Follow MySportDab On Twitter HERE
Follow MySportDab On Google News HERE


Tottenham Target Oliver Glasner For Conte Replacement

Tottenham are targeting Germany Bundesliga Manager Oliver Glasner as potential replacement for embattled manager Antonio Conte, MySportDab reports.

Antony Conte sparked reactions when he tore into Tottenham players for surrending a two-goal lead at the dearth to hard-fighting Southampton in the Premier League.

Oliver Glasner

Tottenham Hotspur, who are struggling for a top four finish in the Premier League this season settled for a dramatic 3-3 draw against Southampton in their last game in the Premier League before the international break.

The draw saw the London club missed out on a chance to go above Manchester United to the third spot on the Premier League table.

After the game, a furious Conte blasted his players for such an abysmal performance, questioning the motivation of the players.

Antonio Conte’s rant has been linked to his impending exit from the club.

His contract at Tottenham expires at the end of the season and the former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager has refused to sign a new deal and is set to leave the club at the end of the season.

According to reports, Tottenham are now planning to part ways with the manager after he has refused to broker a new contract extension deal with club.

Oliver Glasner

The London club are now targeting Germany Bundesliga Manager and coach of Eintract Frankfurt, Oliver Glasner, to replace Conte.

According to talkSports, Tottenham have met with Oliver Glasner and have began talks to have him replace Conte at the club.

Who is Oliver Glasner?

Oliver Glasner is an Austrian and manager of Eintract  Frankfurt Football Club – a top club in Germany Bundesliga.

He managed Wolfsburg before joining Eintract Frankfurt in 2021.

He led the team to Europa League crown last year and has recorded 36 wins, 26 draws, and 25 losses in his 86 matches incharge of the club.

Share Now:

Must See


Must See

More in Football