Southampton have confirmed the choice of Nathan Jones as new manager: the Welshman prevented Luton from signing a three and a half year contract at St Mary’s and was quick to reveal his family’s connection with the club.
The Saints went in different directions from Ralph Hasenhuttl on Monday following Sunday’s grim 4-1 home defeat to Newcastle. As a result, the South Coast club is 18th on the Head Association rankings with just three hits this season.
We revealed six good names on the South Coast on Monday, but he was exceptionally certain that Jones was their # 1 target.
During his two stints in Luton, he played a noteworthy role. Undoubtedly, despite the lack of liquidity on Kenilworth Street, Jones led the Hatters at the end of the season last season.
And since they’ve been beaten at a big hurdle, it’s got them running for a repeat. Luton are currently 10th in the standings and are just two points off the top six.
However, Luton’s experience will continue without Jones. Our selective reveals
Luton currently has his eyes fixed on his replacement, who currently looks like Gary O’Neil.
Jones is currently moving to St Mary’s and was in the stands to watch the Carabao Cup game against Sheffield on Wednesday night. The groups drew 1-1 on Head Association penalties.
The Saints pay Luton 2.5 million pounds, the most they have ever received for an outgoing boss.
These days, Jones admits he can barely get things going and says he comes from a Southampton fan base.
Nathan Jones is a Southampton fan and currently a new manager
“I am really happy that I was offered this opportunity,” said Jones. “I know a lot about the club from The Dell days to coming here to St Mary’s and it’s a wonderful football team.
Speaking on the club’s royal website, he revealed his fantasy to oversee the main association.
“A lot of my family members are Southampton fans, which doesn’t help half the time, and I feel ridiculously happy I got the chance.
“I can’t wait for things to go well. It is clear that I had to supervise the Head Association. I have wanted it ever since I became a mentor or a boss. Be that as it may, this club in particular – to describe it, how it works, in the light of the design, how it looks beyond just the results. He’s really asking me. “
Jones will be in control of Saturday’s game against Liverpool at Anfield.
Regardless, the Welshman will focus on the World Cup break in the pros and cons of his new group. An important and fair point will ensure Southampton’s tenacity.
The only lack of a side saw comes in the full-back positions. So Jones is said to have previously focused on a move for Parma left-back Jayden Oosterwolde.
The 21-year-old began his professional career at FC Twente but moved to Serie B in January. There he made great contacts and Forza Parma reports that Jones needs the Dutchman as his most memorable purchase of him on the south coast.