Alasdair Gold reveals when Spurs hope to appoint their new manager

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Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager could be completed before the end of the season.

Football.London journalist Alasdair Gold has taken to Twitter to reveal that it is his understanding that the club are looking to appoint a replacement for Jose Mourinho in just over three weeks.

Daniel Levy took the decision to part company with Mourinho after seventeen months in charge with the club having gone from top of the Premier League table at the start of December to seventh and also having suffered humiliation in the Europa League at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb.

Spurs suffered a blow in their managerial search when it was confirmed yesterday that Julian Nagelsmann would leave his role at RB Leipzig to take over the post at Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.

Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is said to be among the contenders to take over in North London along with Ralf Rangnick, Gareth Southgate and Roberto Martinez.

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