In a world where football managers are often on the move, Arne Slot stands as a testament to commitment and loyalty. The Feyenoord head coach, who had been linked with a move to Tottenham, has instead chosen to extend his stay at the Dutch club, signing a new deal that will keep him at the helm until 2026.
“I’m not done here yet,” Slot declared, following the announcement of his new contract. This sentiment resonates with the Feyenoord faithful, who have witnessed Slot guide their team to the Eredivisie title this season. The championship stands as a wonderful reward for the hard work put in by the team, but Slot is adamant about his desire to continue building on this success.
The speculation linking Slot with Tottenham had been rife, but the 44-year-old manager, who led Feyenoord to their 16th national title this season, has decided to stay put. His new contract is a one-year extension that will keep him at the club until mid-2026. This news is a significant boost for Feyenoord, who are keen to maintain their upward trajectory under Slot’s leadership.
Meanwhile, Celtic head coach Ange Postecoglou also found himself amidst speculation about the vacant position at Spurs. When asked about the rumors, Postecoglou remained focused on his current role. “What’s important for me is the here and now,” he stated. “My ambitions right now are to enjoy tomorrow, have a good game, and then try and win a cup final and make it a special year.”
Postecoglou’s words reflect his dedication to Celtic and his desire to achieve success with the club. “It’s not every year you get the opportunity to win a treble,” he said, emphasizing his commitment to the present moment and the goals at hand.