Spurs chiefs fear Tottenham could lose big name to Liverpool

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This season has seen a real shift in expectation at White Hart Lane, with Ange Postecoglou bringing the good times back to Tottenham Hotspur.

Even if Spurs fans had believed that the Australian would never be able to translate his successes from the Scottish Premiership to the English top-flight, they’d be the first to happily admit how wrong they were.

At present, with 14 games left of the 2023/24 season, they’re sat in the final Champions League place and are just from Man City in second place, and just two more away from table toppers, Liverpool.

It’s the Reds whom Tottenham chiefs appeared to be worried about too.

With Jurgen Klopp to depart the Anfield-based outfit at the end of the campaign, the club will actively be looking for his replacement.

Perhaps someone who plays a fresh brand of attacking, winning football that’s easy on the eye, much like the German has for the last nine years.

That description would perfectly describe Postecoglou’s outlook, and according to Football Insider, there’s a worry the Australian could jump ship if the Lilywhites don’t make it into the premier European competition.

The North Londoners are apparently “absolutely concerned Ange could go,” according to Pete O’Rourke on the outlet’s Football Insider’s Insider Track Podcast.

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  1. Simple. Ask Ange in for a chat and absolutely guarantee and not promise to get in who he wants, so Spurs step up and cross the line. Time is running out for Ange in his late fifties and he wants glory. Spurs control spending and additions regardless whatever anyone says and Ange does not rock the boat, he jumps ship as he did at Celtic after Lawwell took over spending. Up to you Levy.

    1. Spurs are playing really attractive football, easy on the eye. But they’ve played that way for years. However, I personally don’t think he’s ready to take on a big club with high expectations. He has done nothing at spurs and won nothing at spurs. Let him stay in London and do his thing.

  2. Is this just the media once again trying to stir the pot to generate a story with relatively little substance I wonder? Ange Postegolou doesn’t strike me as the kind of manager who would give up on a challenge he has only really just begun, irrespective of his childhood leanings. I think he believes that he is in the process of building Tottenham into something bigger, better and more efficient and that is an exciting proposition for all concerned, why would he give up on a project that has so much going for it?

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