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Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou secures major new role that nobody saw coming

Tottenham boss Ange Postecoglou secures major new role that nobody saw coming

It's going to be a busy summer for the Spurs boss.

Tottenham Hotspur boss Ange Postecoglou looks set to land a new role this summer ahead of his second season in charge of the Premier League side.

Postecoglou debut season has been a mixed bag and will probably go down as a success despite missing out on Champions League football after their fast start to the season.

Spurs finished in fifth, missing the chance to leapfrog Aston Villa in fourth when they lost to Manchester City in a game that will go down as the moment Arsenal lost the Premier League title.

Despite having a lot of preparation to get on with ahead of his side's pre-season, the Spurs boss has reportedly agreed to take on a new major role this summer.

The BBC and ITV have been locked in a battle to secure the Spurs manager's service for their Euros coverage, and according to The Daily Mail, there has now been a winner.

ITV appears to have the upper hand in a two-way fight to make the Australian part of their punditry team, but he wasn't the first Premier League manager they tried to convince.

Both contenders are thought to have missed out on departing Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp as a pundit.

Klopp is thought to be heading back to Germany for the tournament in his home nation as a fan, as he has decided to take a break from working in any capacity.

Ange Postecoglou- Getty
Ange Postecoglou- Getty

Postecoglou, who is currently on a rather controversial post season trip to Australia is an extremely attractive alternative to Klopp, with his distinct personality becoming extremely popular since his move to England.

Some of the confirmed punditry appointments so far include Everton full-back Ashley Young partnering with talkSPORT and Conor Coady lending his expertise to BBC Radio 5 Live.

The 31-year-old Leicester defender has been in the last two squads that have competed at major tournaments.

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Topics: Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League, Champions League, Aston Villa, Manchester City, Arsenal, Jurgen Klopp