Bundesliga titans Bayern Munich have actually introduced that RB Leipzig supervisor Julian Nagelsmann will certainly change Hansi Flick as head trainer this summer season.

Tottenham Hotspur liked the 33-year-old as chairman Daniel Levy desired him to do well Jose Mourinho.

However, Spurs will certainly currently need to look somewhere else for their following supervisor.

While Nagelsmann showed in the past that he would certainly enjoy to take care of Tottenham, resources on the German side preserve that admission was made in order to purge various other suitors out.

Becoming Bayern employer has actually constantly been his desire, which has actually currently happened.

Former Spurs demonstrator and also BBC Match of the Day speaker Gary Lineker has actually required to Twitter to respond hence after the North Londoners lost out on among their leading supervisory targets:

Spurs have actually placed Ryan Mason accountable of the first-team till completion of the period, and also while he instantly led them to Premier League success over Southampton, he was powerless as Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City handed them a 1-0 loss in Sunday’s League Cup last.

Levy is not except choices, however, and also previous Chelsea and also Juventus supervisor Maurizio Sarri has actually supposedly obtained the task.

Tottenham have actually not transformed the Italian down yet, and also Rangers supervisor Steven Gerrard and also Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Nuno Espirito Santo are present also.

Leicester City’s Brendan Rodgers is additionally on Spurs’ radar, and also they are supposedly prepared to use him an agreement worth £15 million-per-year to in a proposal to land him.

The previous Liverpool and also Celtic supervisor presently gains £5 million-per-year at the King Power Stadium, and also they prepare to match Tottenham’s deal and also would certainly also be prepared to much better it in a proposal to maintain his solutions.

In various other information, Harry Redknapp desires Tottenham to assign treble-winning employer as supervisor.

Source sportslens.com