Next Tottenham manager odds: Antonio Conte and Graham Potter linked with job after Nuno Espirito Santo sacked

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Next Tottenham manager odds: Antonio Conte and Graham Potter linked with job after Nuno Espirito Santo sacked
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Tottenham are searching for a new head coach again after sacking Nuno Espirito Santo.

After getting the appointment of Nuno wrong, Spurs chairman Daniel Levy and managing director Fabio Paratici are under huge pressure to get the next appointment right.

While it has been a disappointing season so far, Spurs are only two points off the Champions League spots and are yet to truly get a tune out of Harry Kane. Whoever comes in next will surely feel they can do that, and potentially spark a mid-season run to maintain a push for Champions League qualification.

As it stands, Brighton and Hove Albion manager Graham Potter is the bookies’ favourite after overseeing an impressive turnaround in form and fortune on the Amex Stadium since replacing Chris Hughton in 2019.

Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte, meanwhile, is also one of the leading names amid suggestions Manchester United could look to bring him back to the Premier League, after holding talks with Spurs in the summer.

Paulo Fonseca, Brendan Rodgers, Eddie Howe and Roberto Martinez are among the other names who feature, along with former manager Mauricio Pochettino.

Next Tottenham manager odds

Antonio Conte 1/8

Brendan Rodgers 14/1

Graham Potter 16/1

Paulo Fonseca 16/1

Eddie Howe 16/1

Ryan Mason 16/1

20/1 bar

*Odds correct as of 11am, November 1, 2021.

Odds via Betfair

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