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Arsenal goalkeeper Bernd Leno has raved about reported Tottenham Hotspur managerial candidate Hansi Flick on Sport 1.

Flick has been linked with a move to Tottenham and replace Jose Mourinho as the permanent Tottenham manager.

Mourinho was sacked as the Spurs boss last month, with Ryan Mason placed in charge of the first team until the end of the season.

Flick, 56 is on the wishlist of Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy, according to The Telegraph, as covered by HITC Sport.

The German will leave his role at Bayern Munich at the end of the season, and, according to The Telegraph last month, he is interested in taking charge of Spurs.

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Leno has raved about Flick and has said that the German coach is outstanding, but he hopes that he takes charge of the Germany national football team.

As reported by Sky Sports, Joachim Low will leave his role as the Germany head coach after the European Championship this summer.

The Arsenal goalkeeper told Sport 1 about Flick potentially become the new Germany boss: “Yes, that would be a very good solution for German football. Also for the atmosphere, because I think that the fans can identify very well with Hansi Flick. He also knows the DFB very well. Technically, he is outstanding anyway, but from a human point of view, he is top-notch.”

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Flick has been a huge success at Bayern and has won trophies after trophies.

Under the German, Bayern won the Bundesliga last season and in 2020-21. The Bavarian giants also won the Champions League last season.

Flick is a successful manager, and he would be a good managerial appointment for Spurs.

However, the chance to become the new Germany manager could be very tempting for him.

After all, Germany is his country, and the chance to manage the national side is any manager’s dream job.

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