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Ange Postecoglou’s to-do list at Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur will begin a new chapter in their history with Australia’s Ange Postecoglou as their new manager for the 2023/24 campaign.

After a disappointing season finishing down in eighth place in the Premier League table, there’s plenty of work for Postecoglou to do as he prepares for arguably the biggest job of his managerial career to date. 

Here’s a look at just some of the things Postecoglou will have to address following his move from Celtic to Tottenham

See Kane’s future resolved

There has been plenty of speculation regarding the future of Harry Kane at the Spurs, with the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich all linked with the England striker. 

After years of loyal service, Kane has made no secret of his desire to win silverware and perhaps he might need a change of scene in order to do that. 

Postecoglou will be eager to see Kane stay and must try and convince the Three Lions star that he can help the club deliver a trophy next season. 

Spurs are 1.90 to keep hold of Kane and for him to be at the club on 3rd September, while Real are 2.50 to secure his service, with United at 8.50

Bring unity to the dressing room 

The tenure of Antonio Conte’s reign at Spurs appeared to be an unsettled one, with the Italian coach leaving in dramatic fashion. 

After a press conference rant in which he slammed the culture at Spurs and highlighted the reasons he felt the club could not compete at the very top, the Italian was out the door just days later. 

Postecoglou needs to be a calming and unifying presence that can help galvanise the spirit at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and get the squad back on the right track. 

The 57-year-old was certainly able to do that during his time at Celtic as he made the Hoops the dominant force in Scotland once again. 

Celtic are 1.80 to win the Premiership Outright next season, with arch-rivals Rangers at 1.90 to claim the title. 

Bringing about a return to the top four 

Getting that unity and confidence back in the squad is a must if Tottenham are to finish in the top four next season, something they are 4.00 to achieve.  

It certainly won’t be easy, with competition for the Champions League places getting stronger by the year. 

Manchester City, Arsenal, Manchester United and Newcastle United finished in the top four last season, meaning the likes of Spurs, Liverpool and Chelsea all missed out. 

Finishing in the top four and potentially winning some form of domestic silverware would represent an impressive first season for Postecoglou in north London. Tottenham are 13.00 to win the first available piece of silverware next season in the EFL Cup. 

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