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Tottenham Hotspur: Conor Coady linked with Lilywhites move

Tottenham Hotspur: Conor Coady linked with Lilywhites move - Tottenham

Conor Coady could follow Nuno Espírito Santo to London, should the 47-year-old land the vacant position in the Tottenham Hotspur dugout, according to Football Insider.

The Lowdown: Spurs get set for new season

As Spurs get their ducks in a row ahead of the 2021/22 season, their fans will be seeking clarity over the direction in which the club is heading.

Still managerless after the departure of Jose Mourinho in April [BBC], Nuno now looks to be odds-on favourite to take the reins ahead of pre-season, with talks progressing well [Sky Sports].

If that move comes to pass, could he be set to raid former club Wolverhampton Wanderers for his first acquisition in charge of Tottenham?

Would Coady be a good signing for Tottenham Hotspur?





The Latest: Coady wanted by Nuno

Nuno is said to want the 28-year-old as a leader for the Spurs defence should he take on the managerial reins in N17 [Football Insider].

Tottenham are set to be in the market for defensive reinforcements this summer, with one or two central defensive incomings potentially being mooted for the Europa Conference League club [Football Insider].

Nuno reportedly wants the Liverpudlian defender to be his “lieutenant” at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, owing to Coady’s leadership qualities and familiarity with the England international.

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The Verdict: Coady would be an ideal addition for Tottenham

Sensibility comes to mind with regards to these developments. Prospectively tasked with revitalising a fragmented Tottenham side, Nuno bringing in players who embody reliability would create an ideal environment for footballing progression if he takes charge.

A virtual ever-present in 2020/21, Coady made 40 appearances for Wolves, registering a solitary goal [Transfermarkt].

Illustrating his prowess within the backline, the 6 foot 1 colossus made more clearances in the calendar year than any other player for his current employers; averaging 3.5 per game [WhoScored].

Previously labelled “outstanding” by England manager Gareth Southgate [Rob Dorsett], he would represent the ideal profile of signing for a Spurs team in need of leadership and fresh impetus, and Tottenham should look to finalise a deal for the former Liverpool ace.

In other news, Spurs have opened talks with this Serie A defender.

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