Tottenham, an English professional 토토사이트soccer club, is realizing its inferior status compared to Chelsea, a rival team based in London, England. The two teams have one thing in common: they are playing the rest of the season as substitutes after the manager was fired.

The British newspaper ‘London Evening Standard’ said on the 18th (Korean time), “Tottenham is scheduled to meet Luis Enrique (53, Spain)”, but added, “Enrique is already negotiating with Chelsea.”

Tottenham broke up with coach Antonio Conte (54, Italy) on March 27, and Chelsea on April 3 with coach Graham Porter (48, England). However, the search for a new head coach is faster and more earnest for Chelsea than Tottenham.

London Evening Standard’ reported, “Tottenham also intends to compete with Julian Nagelsmann (36) for a manager contract,” but “Chelsea general manager interviewed Nagelsmann last week.”

During the 2014-15 season, Enrique was selected as the best manager of the Spanish La Liga, the best coach of the International Football Federation (FIFA), the best club team manager of the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), and the best football manager of the European Sports Press Association (UEPS).

Nagelsmann received attention as ▲ 2016-17 German Football Players Association’s Coach of the Year ▲ 2017 German Sports Journalist’s Football Leader of the Year ▲ 2019-20 UEFA Manager of the Year Award in third place.

Chelsea is ranked 3rd in the UEFA club rankings, while Tottenham is ranked 21st. While Chelsea climbed two places from the 2021-22 season, Tottenham fell seven places.

The English Premier League (EPL) is a major stage that shines at No. 1 in Europe. According to Germany’s ‘Transfer Markt’, Chelsea is second in the EPL with a total market value of 1.02 billion euros (1.4879 trillion won), and Tottenham is 6th with 680.3 million dollars (992.2 billion won).

Tottenham promoted Christian Stellini (49, Italy) head coach as interim manager. Frank Lampard (45, England), who commanded Chelsea from July 2019 to January 2021, came out as a firefighter to finish the 2022-23 season.

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