Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou has completely transformed the side since he arrived in the summer. Many saw his appointment as being a long-term work-in-progress, but the Aussie manager has come to North London and is achieving a transformation at an impressive rate.
We don't mean to jump the gun since Tottenham are currently fourth in the Premier League table, having not played any European football this season. However, to jump from eighth to fourth in his first season would be more than enough for Postecoglou and it would set him up for an exciting 2024/25 season.
However, those who have read the reports in the previous week may argue that there's a chance Ange won't be the Tottenham boss by the time next season rolls around. This is because he is part of the list of managers linked to managing Liverpool, when Jurgen Klopp steps down at the end of the season.
Tottenham finally respond to Ange Postecoglou being linked to Liverpool job
Those who are anxious about Ange's future can take great comfort in a recent article published by The Telegraph. The English outlet has claimed that Tottenham are confident that Ange Postecoglou will remain in his current role and won't join Liverpool, but he'll still have three years remaining on his current contract, which is heavily incentivised to allow for bonuses and pay rises should Ange stay and overachieve.
While Postecoglou doesn't strike anyone as the type of guy to decide his moves based on money, it's certainly nice to know that he is incentivised monetarily to achieve at Spurs.
Postecoglou seems to have taken a liking to his new club. In many ways (except the weather, unfortunately), the culture in the UK is similar to that in Australia. With similar senses of humour and cultural values, it's clear to see why Ange loves the UK, whether this be Scotland or England.
So, in my opinion, Tottenham have every right to be confident in their manager's loyalty. He is one of the most likeable faces in the sport currently, so I cannot see him turning on the club who have rewarded him so soon.
Do you think Ange Postecoglou will be the Tottenham manager next season?