Next Tottenham manager odds: Who will replace Jose Mourinho in the dugout?

Spurs are in the market for a new boss.


* All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change.

Tottenham are on the hunt for a new manager after sacking Jose Mourinho in April. Ryan Mason took over on an interim basis until the end of the season but Daniel Levy is now looking for a long-term option.

Spurs, who could still be without Harry Kane if the striker’s wish is granted to leave, will play in the UEFA Europa Conference League next season, but who will be in charge at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?

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Paulo Fonseca

Not long after being given the shove at Tottenham, Jose Mourinho swiftly took the top job at Italian side Roma. The man he replaced? Paulo Fonseca. The Portuguese was given the boot after only finishing seventh in Serie A last term – but that could yet land him the gig in north London. How Spursy.

Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte left Inter Milan last month 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…

Mauricio Pochettino

What a comeback this would be. The Argentine was sacked by Tottenham in November 2019 and replaced by Mourinho, but it’s claimed Mauricio Pochettino is open to returning to north London.

Pochettino failed to win the Ligue 1 title at Paris St-Germain this season, with Lille pipping them to the crown. He’s now said to be willing to return to Tottenham. Whether PSG let that happen is another matter, mind.

Roberto Martinez

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez is looking to return to club management after Euro 2020 this summer. It’s claimed Tottenham have held talks with the ex-Everton boss, who has guided Belgium to No. 1 in FIFA’s rankings.

Antonio Conte Inter Milan Benevento Serie A September 30, 2020

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.

Graham Potter

Brighton had an average season but Graham Potter is highly regarded for his style of play implemented on the south coast. Potter’s Brighton create a boatload of chances but fail to convert most of them, things could be different with better players at Spurs.

Brendan Rodgers

What a job Brendan Rodgers has done at Leicester, with the Foxes lifting the FA Cup. Yes, they should be playing Champions League football next season but Rodgers has still overachieved at the King Power Stadium. Would the former Liverpool boss be a good fit at Spurs?

Nuno Espirito Santo

The Portuguese ended his four-year stint at Wolves this season. Nuno Espirito Santo left Wolves by mutual consent after an underwhelming campaign but is he the right man for the job?

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