New Tottenham manager live: latest updates with Antonio Conte in the frame to replace Nuno, plus Man Utd, Chelsea news
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of today’s football news. We will bring you live updates on Tottenham’s coach search following the sacking of head coach Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday morning after their disheartening 3-0 loss to Manchester United at the weekend.
There are plenty of other spinoffs from the weekend’s Premier League games as well. Daniel Farke’s Norwich is still winless, while Dean Smith’s Aston Villa has now lost four straight. We will provide updates throughout the day.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Thomas Tuchel will address the media ahead of their Champions League games against Atalanta and Malmö respectively.
Additionally, Wolves host Everton in Monday Night Football. After a promising start to the season, Rafa Benitez’s Everton have slipped in recent weeks, losing their last game 5-2 to Watford. Nevertheless, they are still only one victory away from sixth place. Wolves are undefeated in their last four league games, winning three of them, and could overtake the visitors with the win.
Tottenham Hotspur have sacked manager Nuno Espirito Santo after just four months at the helm.
Coaches Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias have also been dismissed from their posts.
Fabio Paratici, Tottenham’s football general manager, said in a statement: “I know how much Nuno and his coaching staff wanted to be successful and I regret that we had to make this decision.
“Nuno is a true gentleman and will always be welcome here. We would like to thank him and his coaching staff and wish them well for the future.
Tottenham Hotspur are keen to name Antonio Conte as Nuno Espirito Santo’s replacement, with the former Chelsea manager being the main contender for the vacant post.
On Monday morning, Tottenham sacked manager Nuno after just four months at the helm.
Coaches Ian Cathro, Rui Barbosa and Antonio Dias have also been relieved of their duties.
Tottenham have said they will announce Nuno’s replacement “in due course”.
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