Tottenham confirm Ange Postecoglou as new manager to end two-month search

The Celtic boss, 57, will be tasked with improving Spurs’ fortunes next season after a disappointing eighth-place finish last time out.

Tottenham have announced Ange Postecoglou as their new manager after a lengthy search to find Antonio Conte’s successor.

Postecoglou, 57, arrives from Celtic after two years with the Scottish champions, where he won back-to-back Premiership titles.

He guided the club to the Treble this season, secured with the victory over Inverness at Hampden Park on Saturday.

Spurs sacked Conte back in March and set about bringing in a replacement while first Cristian Stiellini and then Ryan Mason were put in temporary charge.

The likes of Julian Nagelsmann, Luis Enrique and Arne Slot were all looked at by Daniel Levy and the Spurs board but Postecoglou has been confirmed as the new man at the helm on a four-year deal


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