Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou is not in the frame to replace Antonio Conte at Tottenham, according to the Sydney Morning Herald reporter Vince Rugari.
The journalist says the Australian would not consider leaving the Hoops for the London club, although he has a gut feeling things could be different if Liverpool come calling sometime in the future:
To save me from saying the same thing to every reply. Based on recent comments I think he’s staying put for at least one more crack at Europe with Celtichttps://t.co/RUvBSSdRO7
— Vince Rugari (@VinceRugari) March 10, 2023
At the bookmakers, Postecoglou is not even being listed as a potential candidate at the moment, so these rumours were always a bit far-fetched anyway.
Former manager Mauricio Pochettino and ex-Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel are thought to be among the favourites to succeed Conte at Spurs. The Italian’s future has been called into serious question after the London club were knocked out by AC Milan in the Champions League round of 16 earlier his week.
In terms of Postecoglou’s future, it appears that Celtic fans can hope for at least more season with the 57-year-old at the helm, and perhaps even longer.