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Tottenham Close In On New Manager! (Details)

Tottenham Hotspur are on the verge of landing their new manager, MySportDab reports.

Since Antonio Conte left his role as Spurs’ boss, the club have been without a permanent manager.

Conte parted ways with the London club following irreconcilable differences with the club’s hierachy and faceoff with Tottenham players.

After Antonio Conte’s exit, Tottenham have slumped from Champions League spot to eight position in the league.

They are on the verge of losing out of European football next season following a series of dismal performances.

Tottenham experimented with Cristian Stellini as interim boss after Conte’s exit but suffered a shock 6-1 defeat to Newcastle United.

Stellini exited the role after the defeat to Newcastle United with Ryan Mason replacing him.

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Under Ryan Mason, Spurs are still struggling and have managed just a win in their last five games.

Now, according to De Telegraaf, Feyernood Boss, Arne Slot, have agreed terms to become Tottenham manager.

Arne Slot, 44, has led Feyernood to the Dutch Eredivisie title this season and is set to join Tottenham at the end of the season.


Talks between him and Tottenham is progressing with reports he is keen on switching to the London club which will represent a big step in his career.

Meanwhile, his release clause at Feyernood is £6m and the club’s hierachy are reportedly not ready to part ways with him after he led the club to the Eredivisie title.

Nevertheless, a move is more likely to take place with Slot consenting to deal while Tottenham will be ready to foot the £6m release clause.

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