Ryan Mason has said that he is ‘ready’ to become the Tottenham Hotspur manager on a full-time basis.
As relayed by Fabrizio Romano, it seems like the 31-year-old, branded as a ‘very popular’ candidate for the job by David Ornstein in March has full faith in himself to overturn the situation at Spurs.
With Tottenham Hotspur preparing to face Brentford on Saturday, caretaker manager Ryan Mason has once again expressed his desire to take on the job in N17.
What Ryan Mason said about becoming the next Tottenham manager
In fact, a report in May claimed that Mason had spoken to the players and told them that he revealed that he intended to manage his boyhood club on a permanent basis.
Despite the mess on all levels at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, it seems like the former midfielder intends to resolve the mess singlehandedly.
Ahead of his side’s upcoming clash against Brentford, Ryan Mason said that he was willing to become the Tottenham manager next season.
“I have said I feel ready to help this club and I absolutely do. I remain confident, honestly. Of course, it’s [a] club decision, I trust people at the club.”
Spurs should steer clear of appointing Mason
With Tottenham needing a brand-new tactical blueprint, a long-term plan for a project and a figure to deal with Daniel Levy, surely Ryan Mason is not the manager that comes to mind.
Not to suggest that Mason lacks talent but a job of such varied and epic proportions demands a much more seasoned coach to come in and slowly but surely, incorporate a widespread culture change at Spurs.
As Newcastle United look set to qualify for the Champions League and seem to have a real plan in place, Tottenham are in danger of losing their status as a ‘Big Six’ club in the Premier League.
With all these factors at play, Ryan Mason, who must be commended for his ambition should still be a manager that the club avoid bringing in at all costs.