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Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag admits turning down Tottenham

Ajax coach Erik Ten Hag admits he turned down Tottenham this week. Ten Hag opted to sign a new deal with the Dutch champions elect on Friday. The Dutchman was top of Tottenham's shortlist to replace the sacked Jose Mourinho. They held talks via zoom this week before the Dutchman...
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Tottenham manager target Erik Ten Hag signs new Ajax contract

Tottenham have been dealt another blow in their search for a new manager after Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag committed his future to the Dutch club. The 51-year-old was understood to have been on Spurs’ shortlist to replace Jose Mourinho and the Premier League club were keen to interview him over the coming days, but he will be staying in Amsterdam after signing a contract extension until 2023.
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Tottenham eye Ajax’s Erik ten Hag for vacant head coach role

Tottenham’s first choice to replace Jose Mourinho – sorry, Ryan, you’re not getting the gig full-time – was RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann, but that’s off the table – Nagelsmann has agreed to become Bayern Munich’s head coach next season, and which sane manager out there wouldn’t choose Bayern over Spurs.
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Daniel Levy wants a new attack-minded boss installed at Spurs before Euro 2020, with Ajax's Erik ten Hag in pole position ahead of Rodgers, Martinez and Rangnick now that Nagelsmann is Bayern-bound

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy will not allow his search for a new manager to drag long into the summer as Ajax boss Erik ten Hag emerges as candidate. As Sportsmail revealed last week, Spurs fear missing out on No 1 target Julian Nagelsmann who is wanted by Bayern Munich to replace outgoing Hansi Flick next season.
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Ajax coach Erik ten Hag was on Chelsea board shortlist

Ajax coach Erik ten Hag was under consideration at Chelsea this season, it has been revealed. The Dutchman, says AD, was on Chelsea's shortlist of names to replace Frank Lampard ahead of his January removal. However, in the end Chelsea went with free agent Thomas Tuchel, who was available after...
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