Next season is also expected to lead the current team.
Sports media ‘Eurosport’ reported on the 18th (Korean time), “Director Xabi Alonso (41) was confident that he would lead Bayer 04 Leverkusen in 2024. It is an intention to fill the remaining contract period.”
Alonso is known as a legendary midfielder who played for Liverpool, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich during his playing days. After taking the Leverkusen baton in October of last year, he also proved his competence as a leader. Leverkusen, who struggled at the bottom of the season at the beginning of the season, was brought up to 7th place. They are also performing well in European competitions. He succeeded in advancing to the semifinals of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa League (UEL).
After manager Antonio Conte (53) was sacked, Tottenham Hotspur was caught on the radar network aiming for the next head coach. Tottenham started acting manager Christian Stellini after manager Conte, but appointed acting manager Ryan Mason after a 1-6 loss to Newcastle United. We plan to bring in a full-time manager this summer to envision the next season 스포츠토토.
Tottenham manager Alonso gave a direct answer to rumors of his appointment. According to ‘Eurosport’, he said at a press conference before AS Roma and UEL semifinal second leg on the 19th, “I am happy to be with Leverkusen. I am not worried about the future.” When asked if he would lead Leverkusen at least until 2024, he answered “yes”.
There are fewer and fewer candidates for the next director. According to the British media’BBC’ on the 13th, Tottenham gave up the appointment of former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann (35). There was no contact whatsoever. It was found that Tottenham did not consider Nagelsmann as the next manager at all in the first place.
Regarding the sluggish appointment of the next manager, former England national team goalkeeper Paul Robinson said, “Tottenham need to make a quick decision. I don’t want to waste time.” Simon Stone of ‘BBC Sport’ spared his words, saying, “We will know Tottenham’s exact intentions only when Conte’s successor is decided.”