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Anything is possible in life – Klinsmann on Tottenham talks

Thu 22 April 2021 | 15:04

Jurgen Klinsmann comments on the rumors linking him with the north Londoners.

Following the dismissal of

Jose Mourinho

,

Tottenham

are looking for a new coach to replace the Portuguese and it appears that the Spurs have their eyes on former Germany and

Bayern Munich

manager,

Jurgen Klinsmann

.

Klinsmann, who played for the Spurs in 1994–1995, has now addressed the rumors linking him with the north Londoners, saying ‘anything is possible’.

In an interview with

ESPN FC

, the German said:

"I tell you, anything is possible in life.

"I never thought I would coach Germany at a World Cup. I never thought I would coach the USA for six years or Bayern Munich. So we’ll see in a couple of months who will be the Spurs manager!"

Tottenham decided to part ways with Mourinho a few days before the Carabao Cup final against

Manchester City

.

"Well obviously it’s a huge, huge decision,”

Klinsmann added.

"The timing as well – a couple of days before the cup final – they wanted to send out a signal that it wasn’t going in the right direction.

"Daniel Levy cut the rope and will figure out what to do over the next couple of months. It was definitely a decision about Jose in terms of his style of play and what the Spurs fans want to see.

"From where they are in the Premier League you can still justify certain things because they are two points away from the Champions League now.

"But what they wanted was to go for the title and they were doing that at the start of the season. They were up there for a little while and then they dropped month by month and Levy has pulled the plug.

"They really need to get into the Champions League. If they win the final then awesome, it’s nice to have a little piece of silverware, but it’s crucial to get into the Champions League."

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