The Dutch mentor has been intensely connected with the work at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, be that as it may, he has rather consented to another arrangement in Amsterdam
Erik ten Hag has marked another arrangement as director of Ajax, in what resembles a new hit to Tottenham as they continued looking for another chief.
The Dutch mentor had been tipped as the bookies’ top choice to succeed Jose Mourinho in the Spurs tough situation next season, following the Portuguese’s firing by the Premier League outfit.
Nonetheless, Ten Hag has rather conceded to new terms with the Eredivisie monsters, with an all-encompassing agreement until 2023.
WHAT HAS BEEN SAID?
The Amsterdam club affirmed in an articulation on their site: “Ajax has agreed with Erik ten Hag for the expansion of his agreement which recently ran until June 30, 2022. The new arrangement will produce results on July 1, 2021, and will run until June 30, 2023.”
Ten Hag, who assumed responsibility for Ajax in January 2018, has appreciated a gigantically effective spell in charge of the Dutch club, driving them to the semi-finals of the Champions League in 2019, beating Real Madrid in transit, just to tumble to a last-pant victor in the last four on account of Spurs.
He likewise won the Eredivisie title and Dutch Cup in 2018-19, and after a year ago’s alliance title was announced invalid and void due to the Covid pandemic, he has them nearly another prize this season.
They lead second-set PSV by 12 with only four games to play. They have effectively guaranteed the KNVB Cup again this mission, beating Vitesse in the last.
WHAT MIGHT BE SAID ABOUT SPURS?
This news comes as Ten Hag had been introduced as a front-runner by some British bookmakers to turn into the new director of Tottenham.
Prods are looking for another supervisor in the wake of firing Mourinho, with Ryan Mason in interval charge until the finish of the period.
They had additionally been vigorously connected with Julien Nagelsmann, notwithstanding, he was affirmed as the following administrator of Bayern Munich in a record-breaking bargain recently.
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