Tottenham Hotspur’s search for their next head coach should be clearer by the end of next week, according to journalist Jack Pitt-Brooke.
The North London club decided to part company with Jose Mourinho and his backroom staff towards the end of last month after the club found themselves in seventh place in the Premier League and having suffered a surprise exit in the Europa League at the hands of Dinamo Zagreb.
Pitt-Brooke believes that out of four rumoured candidates who are said to be in the running for the vacancy; Roberto Martinez, Erik ten Hag, Graham Potter and Ralf Rangnick, ten Hag is the most likely to get the job.
The 51-year-old signed a new one-year contract extension with Ajax at the end of April with ESPN claiming at the time that it ended the links with the role at the Premier League club.
Pitt-Brooke told the View from the Lane podcast (26:40): “I know ten Hag signed that new contract at Ajax a few weeks ago, but I think he’s probably the most likely out of these four to get the job”
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