In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, Daniel Pinder, editor-in-chief at Get German Football News, claims it can be tiring for players to work under Julian Nagelsman as he expects a lot from his players.
Nagelsmann was already one of the favourites to replace Jose Mourinho as results began to worsen under the Portuguese manager, however since his sacking he has been reported as Daniel Levy’s first-choice to take the job.
The German coach managed to guide Hoffenheim to the Champions League before getting a bigger move away to fellow Bundesliga side RB Leipzig, and he took them to their first-ever Champions League semi-final last season.
Speaking on what it’s like to work under Julian Nagelsmann and what type of manager he is, Pinder told FFC:
“He expects a lot from his players, which can be tiring because he is known as a laptop manager.
“He uses big drones during training and also has a massive monitor next to the training pitch so he can go over little bits and pieces with the players.”
Tottenham Hotspur are currently five points behind West Ham in fourth with just six games left to play in the Premier League, and also have no European football to play this season.
Daniel Levy pulled the plug on Mourinho’s time at Spurs, just days before their Carabao Cup final match against Manchester City and a Premier League clash against Southampton.