Tottenham have identified Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi as a possible option to become their new head coach.

According to a report from Italian radio broadcaster Radiosei (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the Premier League side have still not made an offer yet to the 45-year-old Italian coach, but the interest is genuine and there is a chance that Inzaghi will be moving to North London in the summer.


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Inzaghi has still not signed a contract renewal yet, despite having apparently reached an agreement with president Claudio Lotito earlier this year, creating speculation that he’ll be leaving at the end of the season after five years in charge.


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Fellow Premier League side Leicester City also appreciate Inzaghi, but for now further developments are expected at the end of the season, when it’ll become clear whether the Italian coach will sign the contract renewal or not.

Inzaghi wants certainties before signing the deal, but none will arrive before the end of the season, or at least until the conclusion of the top four race.

One thought on “Tottenham Identify Lazio’s Inzaghi as Possible Option to Be Their Next Coach

  1. They look lost at times, score almost exclusively in counterattack, can’t produce enough solid goal scoring opportunities with possession, which leads to frustration and momentum for opposition like Fiorentina. The two players colliding in the Bayern match and turning a fumbled possession into a Bayern goal was indicative of their lack of guidance from Inzaghi, who has plans outside of Lazio. Too bad for everybody because if they had qualified for Champions he would receive a better contract from a new club.

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