New Spurs manager odds - Who will replace Jose Mourinho at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium?
Totteham Hotspur is looking for a new manager after the club confirmed it sacked Jose Mouriho on Monday morning.
Mourinho, 58, joined Spurs in 2019 after spending years managing fellow English clubs Manchester United and two spells at Chelsea.
Mourinho's departure comes only six days before Spurs are due to take on Manchester City in the final of the Carabao Cup.
Chairman, Daniel Levy, said: "Jose and his coaching staff have been with us through some of our most challenging times as a Club.
"Jose is a true professional who showed enormous resilience during the pandemic.
"On a personal level I have enjoyed working with him and regret that things have not worked out as we both had envisaged.
"He will always be welcome here and we should like to thank him and his coaching staff for their contribution."
The latest odds from PaddyPower.com for the next permanent manager of Tottenham Hotspur are as follows:
Jurgen Klinsmann - 10/3
Julian Nagelsmann - 7/2
Scott Parker - 5/1
Brendan Rodgers - 8/1
Nuno Espirito Santo - 8/1
Ledley King 9/1
Eddie Howe - 12/1
Massimiliano Allegri - 14/1
Rafa Benitez - 14/1
Maurizio Sarri - 16/1
Steven Gerrard - 20/1
Gareth Southgate - 20/1
Roberto Martinez - 20/1
Diego Simeone - 20/1
Dean Smith - 25/1
Wayne Rooney - 50/1
Tim Sherwood - 100/1
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