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Julian Nagelsmann’s Agent Visits England Amid Tottenham Move Rumors

    Julian Nagelsmann’s agent has reportedly visited England this week, causing speculation over the possibility of a move to Tottenham Hotspur. The Telegraph has confirmed that Nagelsmann’s agent, who works for Sports360, flew into the UK, although the purpose of the visit remains unclear.

    Nagelsmann, who was formerly represented by Marc Kosicke, has been a much-talked-about name in the football industry after his recent departure from Bayern Munich. Tottenham has shown an interest in the 35-year-old manager, with reports suggesting that they are keen to initiate talks with him.

    Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg has revealed that Tottenham has made a “casual request” for Nagelsmann and that they are “definitely interested” in securing his services. However, Nagelsmann is currently taking some time off from the game to reflect on his career and improve his management skills.

    Despite the uncertainty surrounding Nagelsmann’s future plans, Tottenham must be prepared to lay the groundwork for a potential move. If they can speak to Nagelsmann’s agent now, they can assess his interest in the job and determine whether he is worth waiting for.

    Daniel Levy, Tottenham’s chairman, will not want to miss out on the opportunity to hire Nagelsmann if he is indeed interested in the job. While other candidates may be under consideration after Antonio Conte’s exit, Nagelsmann appears to be Tottenham’s preferred choice.

    Therefore, it is imperative that Tottenham reaches out to Nagelsmann’s agent to explore the possibility of a summer deal. Although the visit of Nagelsmann’s agent to England may not necessarily be related to his potential move to Tottenham, it is a sign that the club must act fast to secure their top target.

    It is incredible indeed that McGregor is still going strong, performing at the highest level at his age, and there are no reasons why he won’t extend his stay at the club beyond this summer.

    Many Gers fans will be hugely anticipating the club to spend some cash on a long-term replacement this summer, with Norwich City’s Angus Gunn and Preston North End’s Freddie Woodman reported targets and representing ideal replacements for McGregor.

    However, Beale may well be hinting that the Gers legend may well be playing at the club next season with McGregor showing no signs of slowing down.

    His experience and winning mentality will be crucial too, with Beale set to undergo a major assault on Celtic on all fronts next season and the 41-year-old will be vital to those ambitions.

    However, Beale’s hints should not stop the club from going out and getting a long-term solution this summer and as McGregor may no longer hold the capacity to play 30-odd games next season.

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