Ange Postecoglou odds-on favourite to be next Tottenham manager

Ange Postecoglou is now odds-on favourite at 8/11 to be next Tottenham manager as the former Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers drifts in the betting to 15/2 with Luis Enrique now the fourth favourite behind Julian Nagelsmann (10/1) at 12/1.

Here is Betfair’s current odds on who will be the Tottenham manager for first game of 2023/24 Premier League season…

Ange Postecoglou celebrates with the Celtic support. Photo Kenny Ramsay

Ange Postecoglou: 8/11 (was 15/8)
Brendan Rodgers: 15/2
Julian Nagelsmann: 10/1
Luis Enrique: 12/1
Luciano Spalletti 14/1
Ruud Van Nistelrooy 16/1
Ruben Amorim, Arne Slot, Graham Potter, Julen Lopetegui: 20/1

Ange Postecoglou is now the 8/11 odds-on favourite to be the next Tottenham manager with Daniel Levy reportedly looking to appoint the Celtic boss next week. Brendan Rodgers follows behind at 15/2, while Julian Nagelsmann (10/1) and Luis Enrique (12/1) are other contenders.

Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said: “Ange Postecoglou is now the 8/11 odds-on favourite to be the Tottenham manager for the first game of the 2023/24 Premier League season, despite the Celtic boss remaining tight-lipped on his future. Brendan Rodgers trails at 15/2 to succeed Antonio Conte, while Julian Nagelsmann is 10/1.”

This morning the Sun (English edition) ran a story that claims that the Celtic manager has agreed to join Tottenham after the Scottish Cup final this weekend and that the Celtic board, although reluctant to lose their manager, will not stand in the Australian’s way. They also state that work is already underway to secure a replacement with West Ham manager David Moyes the name mentioned in the story.

Ange Postecoglou. Photo Kenny Ramsay

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