Next Tottenham Manager Odds

The Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager betting market continues to chop and change, with Nuno Espirito Santo having shortened considerably in the past few hours, with the former Wolves boss now trading at a best price 1/9 following rumours that talks have reopened between the Portuguese and chairman Daniel Levy. Roberto Martinez was the previous favourite although he's on the drift along with Graham Potter.

Next Tottenham Manager Odds
Next Tottenham Manager Odds

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Next Permanent Tottenham Manager Odds*

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Nuno Espirito Santo1/9Paddy Power
Roberto Martinez9/1Paddy Power
Graham Potter10/1Paddy Power
Erik ten Hag20/1Paddy Power
Julen Lopetegui20/1William Hill
Mauricio Pochettino25/1William Hill
Rafa Benitez25/1Boylesports
Gennaro Gattuso33/1Paddy Power

*Odds up to date as of June 30, 2021


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We’re approaching the end of June and Tottenham Hotspur still don’t have a football manager, with Jose Mourinho having been relieved of his duties before the 2020/21 season although chairman Daniel Levy obviously didn’t have someone lined up to take charge and the search for a new boss has so far proved unfruitful.

The Next Spurs Manager betting market continues to rumble on, with several candidates having now failed to agree terms and perhaps that’s partly down to Tottenham not being involved in playing Champions League football next season which is putting off the heavyweight managers.

Many of the betting sites are now making Nuno Espirito Santo their favourite and it's not the first time we have seen the former Wolves manager trading at odds-on for the position.

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Who is Favourite to Be Next Tottenham Hotspur Manager?

We continue to see plenty of odds movement on this betting market and there can be different favourites during the course of one day. Some betting apps suggest Nuno Espirito Santo is now the market leader to replace Jose Mourinho, with the Portuguese having previously been in charge of Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English Premier League.

Nuno steered Wolves to the Premier League at the first time of asking, with the Midlands side then finishing sixth and seventh over the next two seasons, although it was a more disappointing campaign the following season which saw him decide to part company with the Midlands club.

Could Potter Weave Some Magic at Tottenham?

Graham Potter has made hard work of keeping Brighton & Hove Albion afloat this season although he has earned a decent reputation in English football thanks to his time with the Seagulls and Swansea City previously, with the manager having engineered teams who play vibrant and attacking football.

Potter arrived back in England after an unorthodox coaching career which had seen him work wonders at Swedish club Ostersunds, with the former Stoke player having then taken charge at Swansea City before getting the gig to replace Chris Hughton at Brighton although Albion have continued to dawdle near the foot of the division.

It’s clear that the bookies consider him one of the main betting contenders to take charge and some firms go as short as 15/2 about a coach with progressive ideas who might be open to the chance of replacing Mourinho.

Could Steven Gerrard Be on the Tottenham Shortlist?

It’s fair to say that Steven Gerrard has made a huge impression north of the border, with the former Liverpool captain having landed the Scottish Premiership title with Rangers, who went the league season unbeaten, and he has cemented his name in Old Firm folklore by ending the Celtic stranglehold in Scotland.

Gerrard has gone about his business at Ibrox extremely smartly and the 41-year-old will look for his team to challenge heavily in the Champions League next term, although it would be interesting to see if the Liverpudlian was open to the prospect of taking charge at White Hart Lane and testing himself in the Premier League.

It’s patently clear that the former England midfielder wants to be the next manager of Liverpool but it seems as though the Anfield hot seat won’t be vacant for several years to come. However, the chance to manage Spurs could be an attractive one and it’s clear that Gerrard has thrived at Rangers despite massive pressure and expectations at the Old Firm club.

Roberto Martínez Might Look to Switch From Belgium

Roberto Martinez has been in charge of the Belgian national football team since 2016 although at the age of 47, he might well be eyeing a return to the bread-and-butter of club management, with the Spaniard currently trading as betting favourite to replace Mourinho.

Martinez is considered to have done a good job with the Red Devils although he did inherit a talented crop of players which made it to the semi-final stage of the 2018 World Cup and that run included a victory over Brazil before a slender defeat to eventual champions France.

Martinez has previously managed Everton in the top flight, while he also won the FA Cup with Wigan Athletic, although his time at Goodison Park came to a slightly sorry end and the attacking style of football regularly saw the Toffees exposed, with the manager having been unable to steer them any higher than 12th during his final campaign.

Ten Hag Waiting in the Wings

Erik ten Hag previously leapt to the top of the next Tottenham manager betting market, with the Dutchman currently in charge of Ajax and he’s had a successful time of things with the leading Netherlands club, although it might now be the case that he’s ready for a bigger challenge with a larger volume of resources at his disposal.

The 51-year-old has been in charge at the Amsterdam club since 2017 and steered Ajax to the Champions League semi-finals two seasons ago before they were actually thwarted by Spurs after holding a commanding lead, with the Dutch side having previously knocked out Real Madrid and Juventus.

Ten Hag has been linked to high-profile English clubs before and has also spent time coaching at Bayern Munich where he was in charge of the second team at the Allianz Arena, with some betting sites making him the favourite to land the Spurs manager job.


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Nuno Espirito Santo Now a Free Agent After Wolves Departure

Nuno Espirito Santo has now departed as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers and the Portuguese will be considering his next steps. It's possible that the 47-year-old might take a sabbatical at this stage of his career, although the bookies made him odds-on for the vacant Tottenham position following his announcement and he remains as market leader.

Nuno has been one of the most successful managers in the history of the Midlands club and it's clear that he now wants to further his ambitions by signing for a London club who have fallen by the wayside in the past couple of seasons after previously being among the Champions League elite.

The 47-year-old has achieved a great deal of charge at a club who were struggling in the Championship when he took control, although he enjoyed a promotion at the first time of asking and then steered Wolves to sixth in the table against all the odds. There was also seventh spot the following term before a more challenging time of things.

Nuno Espirito Santo has done some sterling work with Wolverhampton Wanderers over the past four seasons and it could be that the Portuguese is ready for a fresh challenge considering that things appear to have become a little stale at the Midlands club, with a recent 4-0 humbling at home to Burnley frustrating the natives who are getting a little restless.

It might be that Nuno’s representatives are interested in a potential move to Spurs where the manager might feel as though he can get a lot more from a squad of quality players, with the bookies at one point making him favourite for the Tottenham job.

However, this might not be a popular managerial appointment with supporters despite the fact that Nuno steered Wanderers to sixth and seventh respectively during his first two seasons at the club and fans might instead want someone with a stronger track record of winning silverware.

Fonseca On the Drift for Tottenham Role

From out of nowhere, Paulo Fonseca was the odds-on favourite to become the new Spurs manager, with the Portuguese having been keen on the project at White Hart Lane although it now appears that talks have broken down.

Fonseca was most recently in charge at Roma and he led the Italian side to fifth place during his first season in charge at the Stadio Olimpico, with the team then making the semi-final stage of the Europa League, although Roma could only finish seventh in the most recent Serie A campaign and the jury is out on whether he's the right man.

The Portuguese might have been given the opportunity to rebuild the squad, especially if there's a big intake of cash from the sale of Kane and he will be tasked with getting the most from players such as Dele Alli, Lucas Moura and Harry Winks.

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Could Pochettino Return to Tottenham?

It would be a real turn up for the books if we saw Mauricio Pochettino return to the north London club considering he parted company with Tottenham nearly two years ago, although perhaps Daniel Levy now realises it might have been a mistake to let the Argentine leave.

Poch is currently in charge of Paris Saint-Germain although a failure to win Ligue 1 along with a Champions League semi-final defeat against Manchester City has put him behind the eight-ball and perhaps he might be yearning for a return to a club that he steered to several top-four finishes and a Champions League final.

Brendan Rodgers Might Have Taken Leicester As Far As He Can

Brendan Rodgers might not have achieved the ultimate aim of securing Champions League football for Leicester, although he landed the FA Cup with the Foxes this term and his stock has never been higher, with the Tottenham supporters not against the prospect of the Northern Irishman coming to White Hart Lane and surveying the post-Harry Kane landscape.

Rodgers has enjoyed the Midas touch at the King Power Stadium since deciding to call time on his role at Celtic to take charge at the Midlands club and it’s hardly a surprise to see the former Liverpool manager linked with the vacant role considering that he’s achieved a great deal on a modest budget at Leicester.

The Foxes have twice narrowly missed out on a Premier League top four spot which would have meant Champions League football next term and the club also won their first ever FA Cup after beating Chelsea in the final, with Rodgers having made Leicester into one of the best football teams in England since taking charge.

It will be interesting to see if Tottenham make an official approach for someone who isn’t short of ambition and will want to continue his successful managerial career at a club who have the potential to challenge for major domestic honours, although Rodgers might decide he’s better off sticking with his current club.


Bookmakers' Next Permanent Manager Markets


Would Tottenham Take a Punt on Parker?

Scott Parker is now among the Spurs manager betting favourites and it would be a calculated gamble should chairman Daniel Levy decide to install someone whose sum managerial experience has taken place at Fulham who have veered between the Premier League and the Championship under his guardianship.

Although Parker is largely regarded as doing a good job at Craven Cottage, it would be a massive step up should he take charge of a team who have underachieved this season based on expectation levels, with the former Tottenham midfielder having to get the best out of leading players such as Dele Alli and Son Heung-Min, although Harry Kane and Gareth Bale are unlikely to stick around.

However, there’s little doubt that Parker would jump at the chance to take this managerial role and perhaps Levy has been impressed by the tune he has gotten out of a Fulham team who have at least been competitive in the English top flight for the past few months.

Conte On the Drift After Tottenham Talks Break Down

Antonio Conte famously won the Premier League title with Chelsea FC and perhaps the Italian is ready to return to London in an attempt to repeat the trick with a Tottenham Hotspur squad who are packed with quality players despite the fact that they have largely been in underachievement mode this term.

The 51-year-old has just won the 2020/21 Serie A title with Internazionale and Conte might decide that he’s achieved the ultimate aim with the Milan club who appear to be on the verge of selling their best assets, with the manager having now proven he’s a serial winner and let’s not forget that he was able to steer Juventus to three successive Scudettos between 2012-14.

Conte is noticeably animated as a manager and has also enjoyed a stint in charge of the Italian national team, with his stock incredibly higher after toppling Juve domestically this season and ending their long stranglehold when it comes to the Serie A table.

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Benitez Could Be Ready for New Premier League Gig

Rafael Benitez excited some Newcastle United supporters when it emerged that the Spaniard had left Chinese Super League club Dalian Professional, although it appears as though the former Magpies boss isn’t enthused about returning to St James’ Park as Newcastle's next manager while Mike Ashley continues to own the club.

However, Benitez is a manager with a strong reputation in England, having left Newcastle in much better shape than when he took over, while he previously created a title-challenging team at Liverpool FC and also helped the Reds to a Champions League success during his first season at Anfield.

It’s clear that Benitez is an elite football coach who has held positions at a number of leading European clubs including Valencia, Real Madrid and Internazionale. Therefore, we might expect him to be open to the prospect of taking charge at White Hart Lane should the opportunity come calling.

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Is It Too Late to Say Sarri For Spurs Job?

Another of the early favourites in the Tottenham manager betting was Maurizio Sarri, with the Italian being backed to return to England after previously being in charge at Chelsea FC. The 62-year-old has been out of work since being replaced as Juventus manager by Andrea Pirlo at the beginning of the 2020/21 season, although it appears that the Italian is open to the prospect of the Spurs role.

Sarri is a highly-respected European football coach who has a wealth of experience, having started his managerial career in 1990, with the manager really catching the eye during his reign at Napoli which saw him crowned Serie A coach of the year during the 2016-17 campaign.

While he arrived at Chelsea with a reputation for playing dynamic football, it was often the case that the Blues were a fairly low-scoring side during his tenure, although he did win the Europa League with the London side during the 2018-19 campaign and also steered the team through to the EFL Cup final in the same season.


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Eddie Howe Could Throw His Hat into the Spurs Ring

It might be the case that we always regard Eddie Howe as a one-club wonder, with the 43-year-old inextricably linked to his time in charge at Bournemouth. The former defender enjoyed two stints with the Dorset club and the second spell saw him lift the Cherries up two divisions to the Premier League before keeping the team afloat for several seasons.

Howe has recently been linked with the Celtic job and he left the Vitality Stadium at the end of the last campaign after Bournemouth were relegated. Since then, he has been keeping a low-profile for the past few months, although his age suggests that he isn’t ready to walk away from football management just yet and we might see him lined up as Mourinho’s eventual replacement.

While some supporters might regard Howe as a risk considering that he’s only ever worked with modest budgets and not had too much pressure or expectation on his shoulders, he has commanded a strong reputation in the football world and would once again appeal to fans who want to see their team play vibrant attacking football which seems to be vanishing under the current manager.

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Ralf Rangnick Backed to Replace Jose Mourinho at Spurs

There have been a number of Tottenham Hotspur manager market movers in recent weeks and that includes Ralf Rangnick who is a heavily experienced German coach who might look to become the latest candidate from this country to take charge of a Premier League club. At the age of 62, he might regard this as an ideal chance to finally come to England.

Rangnick has previously been linked to other Premier League managerial opportunities and he has most recently had two stints with RB Leipzig, while he also guided Schalke 04 to second place in the Bundesliga during the 2004-05 season and there was also a DFB-Pokal success in the 2010-11 season.

Quite whether Tottenham would look to appoint someone with no experience of managing outside Germany remains to be seen, with the coach currently hired as the Head of Sport and Development for Red Bull and perhaps he has no desire to take the White Hart Lane hot seat at this point of his career.

Inzaghi Might be Eyeing a Move Away From Lazio

From seemingly out of nowhere, Simone Inzaghi previously leapt to the head of the Spurs manager market, with media speculation linking the Italian to the White Hart Lane hot seat considering that we’ve already had several favourites to replace Mourinho.

Inzaghi has been in charge at the Stadio Olimpico since 2016 and he’s something of a Lazio legend having helped the club to land the Serie A title as a player during the 1999-2000 season, while he has steered the Rome club to a Coppa Italia success during the 2018-19 season along with two Supercoppa Italiana successes in 2017 and 2019.

Although Lazio competed in this season’s Champions League, they fell short when being overwhelmed by Bayern Munich at the last sixteen stage but they failed to qualify for UEFA’s top club competition for next season, with Inzaghi now ready to challenge himself on a different stage.


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