Next Tottenham manager odds: Who could replace Nuno Espirito Santo?

Daniel Levy is on the hunt for Nuno's replacement...

Antonio Conte Inter Milan Benevento Serie A September 30, 2020


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After a superb start to the Premier League season, which saw Tottenham at the top of the league, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have struggled to find form and he’s paid the ultimate price. On Saturday, the out-of-form Manchester United came to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and cruised to a 3-0 win, with the pressure piling on the former Wolves boss.

Spurs have also been dominated by Arsenal, Chelsea and Crystal Palace this season, while looking completely bereft of ideas in attack.

After just four months and one day in charge, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy eventually decided enough was enough and pulled the trigger on Nuno.


Tottenham’s stars, including the wantaway Harry Kane, looked dejected under the Portuguese but who could take over at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and get their campaign back on track?

The very latest next Tottenham manager odds are available via our betting widgets below.


Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte left Inter Milan in the summer but could the ex-Chelsea boss head to Tottenham? The Italian guided Inter to their first Serie A title since 2010 and we all know how desperate Spurs are to pick up some silverware. Conte wants a winning project and Spurs might not be able to offer him that just yet… but he’s reportedly on his way to London for talks.

Graham Potter

Brighton have had a brilliant start to the season and Graham Potter is highly regarded for his style of play implemented on the south coast. Potter’s Brighton created a boatload of chances last season but fail to convert most of them, but things have changed this time out. Potter could be the level head needed at Spurs to steady the ship.

Brendan Rodgers

What a job Brendan Rodgers has done at Leicester, with the Foxes lifting the FA Cup last season. Yes, they’ve missed out on Champions League football a couple of times but Rodgers has still overachieved at the King Power Stadium. Would the former Liverpool boss be a good fit at Spurs?

Brendan Rodgers

Eddie Howe

Eddie Howe has seemingly been linked with every managerial job since he left Bournemouth in 2020, from Tottenham to being in charge of your local supermarket. Howe got his side playing some nice stuff at Bournemouth but could he go in and turn Spurs’ fortunes around?

Mauricio Pochettino

What a comeback this would be. The Argentine was sacked by Tottenham in November 2019 and replaced by Mourinho, but Mauricio Pochettino is always linked with a return to north London.

However, would Pochettino be willing to swap managing Lionel Messi, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe for Eric Dier and co?

Roberto Martinez

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez could be open to return to club management after their disappointing quarter-final exit at Euro 2020, or was it Euro 2021? Who knows. However, Tottenham might face competition from Barcelona for the ex-Everton manager.

Scott Parker

From a former Bournemouth manager to the current one. Scott Parker quit Fulham for their Championship rivals in the summer and the Cherries are flying. Whether he has the experience to take over at his former club Spurs remains to be seen.

Mauricio Pochettino

Erik ten Hag

Erik ten Hag‘s stock has risen dramatically in recent years, with the Ajax boss guiding the Dutch champions to the Champions League semi-finals where they lost to, you guessed it, Spurs.

Jurgen Klinsmann

Former Spurs hitman Jurgen Klinsmann has thrown his hat into the ring in recent months. He’s free after a disappointing spell at Hertha Berlin. The CV isn’t great but at least he’s interested. The appointment of new agent, Gary Lineker, could prove fruitful for him.

Steven Gerrard Rangers Celtic Scottish Premiership January 4, 2020

Steven Gerrard

Rangers boss Steven Gerrard is hot property at the moment. The Liverpool legend did the unthinkable and emphatically ended Celtic’s vice-like grip on the Scottish Premiership, taking the title off them for the first time in a decade. It would be a bit strange seeing him strut his stuff in the Premier League anywhere other than Anfield, though.

Ernesto Valverde

Former Barcelona, Athletic Bilbao and Valencia boss Ernesto Valverde has a glittering trophy cabinet and has worked with some of the best players on the planet. Surely he’d be an awkward fit for Spurs?

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