According to the Evening Standard, Massimiliano Allegri would consider an approach to become Tottenham’s new manager.
The Lowdown: Levy continues manager search
Spurs remain on the lookout for a new manager after Jose Mourinho was relieved of his duties last month.
A number of big names have been linked with the role, including Julian Nagelsmann (Archie Rhind-Tutt), Maurizio Sarri (Calciomercato) and Erik Ten Hag (The Guardian). Allegri has also been mentioned as a potential appointment (football.london).
The Latest: Allegri would consider approach
According to this latest report, it would appear that the former Juventus manager would consider a move to north London if an offer were made.
The Verdict: A winner
Tottenham have failed to win a trophy since 2008, and there is a general consensus that they have continually underachieved. If they were to appoint Allegri, they would be bringing in a winner.
Would you want Allegri as manager?
He remains a free agent after departing Juve in 2019. The Premier League would be a new experience for him, of course – he is yet to manage outside of Italy despite taking charge of more than 500 senior career matches – but he has the experience and the track record to suggest he would be capable of doing a good job at Tottenham if Daniel Levy makes him an offer.
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