Ruben Amorim ‘will not be the next Tottenham coach due to problems with Daniel Levy’ – with Sporting boss Mauricio Pochettino and Julian Nagelsmann out of the running.
Sports director Ruben Amorim has reportedly ruled himself out of running for the Tottenham manager’s job due to an issue with Daniel Levy.
Tottenham and Levy are looking for a new permanent manager after Antonio Conte left his role last week following a rant aimed at the club’s hierarchy and players.
Many names have been mentioned, with Amorim still in the running as some top European teams are still interested in his services.
Christian Stellini is likely to be in charge of Tottenham until the end of the season, but a new manager will be appointed after that in the club’s latest attempt to lure them forward.
But it is unlikely that Amorim, Paula Report, due to Levy’s “stormy temper.”
Ruben Amorim has been dropped from the race to become the new Tottenham manager
Amorim is said to have been put off by the temper of Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy
Tottenham chairman Levy maintained that he had always wanted the best for the club, but showed inconsistencies in his footballing decisions off the pitch.
He’s jumped from management style to management style, going from the likes of Mauricio Pochettino to Joe Mourinho, in a bid to end the club’s long chase for the trophy.
It is also suggested that Amorim does not want to leave Sporting within one season, which could pave the way for a summer move to Tottenham.
Mauricio Pochettino (left) and Julian Nagelsmann (right) are said to lead the race
Amorim enjoyed success as Sporting during his three years at the club and is attracting attention across Europe.
But problems with Levy make that unlikely, with the Portuguese newspaper reporting that Pochettino and Julian Nagelsmann are leading the race for the job.
Amorim has enjoyed a wide range of success at Sporting since taking over in 2020.
At the end of the 2020-21 season, the former Portugal international led the club to their first league title in 19 years and also won three consecutive League Cup titles.
He also caught the eye in European competition, although his team currently sits fourth in the domestic league table – 18 points behind leaders Benfica.