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I don't know if it does or doesn't. Financially its better for Harry to leave as a free agent. But maybe while hes at his peak an extra season with a bigger club might enhance his career.It makes no sense for him personally to leave this year. Even Charlie must understand that.
Not to mention working for the most interfering and unreasonable chairman on the planet who's responsible for ruining the reputations and the career's of proven winners and promising talent from the world of football management.Huge pay rise, working for one of the great clubs of England in the most popular sporting league in the world.
Yes, and they will still continue to come because Levy will pay big money to get someone in that he thinks will take the spotlight off him for a while. And money will attract money grabbers and proven winners like Conte or JM...and even someone like Slot or Nagelsmann because the moneys good and if they fail, they get paid a fortune and leave the fans to vent their anger at the chairman. We can't get much worse. But its all completely irrelevant.Yet still they come, the likes of Conte and Mourinho. We'll see who is next, but the plus points I have mentioned, plus the stadium, training facilities etc mean that managers like Slot and Nagelsmann are at least willing to consider the job
Levy is a despicable little tightarse, but it's all relative: Slot would probably quintuple his salary by coming to Spurs, or almost any other PL club. His reported salary at Feyenoord is around 1.7 million. Mourinho and Conte made almost 10 times that. Of course he wouldn't command the kind of wages they would, but he would make more at Spurs than he could at all but about 10 clubs, half of which are in England. It's a no-brainer for him.Exactly my point about why managers like Slot will come, because of the pay, the facilities, the chance to work in the most popular sporting league in the world
Its nothing to do with optimism, for me anyway, its hard economic and sporting facts.
Looks like theres a good chance Slot will join, and I welcome that