Journalist Sacha Tavolieri has revealed that Vincent Kompany’s representatives are currently in talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

If reports over the last few days are to be believed, Julian Nagelsmann remains Tottenham’s top target, with The Independent reporting recently that the North London club are expected to try their hardest to persuade the German to take over.

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The publication added that the 35-year-old wants some key demands to be met in order to accept the job, including a final say on transfers.

However, despite all the Nagelsmann links, the speculation linking Kompany with a move to Spurs refuses to go away.

In fact, Fabrizio Romano revealed on the most recent episode of the Here We Go Podcast that Tottenham have spoken to the Burnley boss, who remains in consideration for the role.

This has now been backed up by Tavolieri, who revealed that conversations are continuing to happen between Kompany and the Spurs hierarchy.

The journalist claimed that Levy views the 37-year-old as someone who can unify the club and implement a style of play that would fit the club’s ethos.

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Kompany would be a brave appointment by Spurs, considering his lack of experience at the top level but it is an idea that I am slowly coming around to as Tottenham need a unifier at the moment, given how things are at the club right now.

Levy might also be wary of appointing another big-name manager like Nagelsmann who sees himself as being too big for the job, especially after some of the issues that Mourinho and Conte caused with their comments and behaviour over recent years.

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