Brighton’s chief executive has ruled out the possibility of Graham Potter’s departure at the end of the season.
After Mourinho departed from
, there have been many speculations about Spurs’ next head coach, and many of the potential candidates have been ruled out, including Julian Nagelsmann, Brendan Rodgers, and Erik ten Hag.
has been one of the possible options for Tottenham, but the Seagals’ chief executive Paul Barber has ruled out the possibility of Potter’s departure, saying that the club has no intention of letting their admired head coach leave.
“We have no desire whatsoever to lose Graham. Graham is very happy here,”
he toldThe Argus
"We are delighted with the work he is doing, we are delighted with the work the staff around Graham are doing.
“As far as we are concerned there is absolutely no way we would allow Graham to leave at this time.”
Graham Potter has helped his side avoid relegation again and has impressed fans and pundits with his attacking style of football, making the club’s chief executive strongly stand against the conversations about his departure.
Spurs, on the other hand, has appointed Ryan Mason as their interim boss for the rest of the season; they still can approach the 45-year-old manager, although it may seem a hard transfer to make.