According to a report in The Guardian, England manager Gareth Southgate and Belgium manager Roberto Martinez are both on Tottenham’s radar this summer.
Daniel Levy sacked Jose Mourinho on Monday morning and has chosen former Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason as the interim head coach until the end of the season.
The Daily Mail have revealed that Julian Nagelsmann is Tottenham’s number one target but the club are also exploring other alternatives including Brendan Rodgers, Scott Parker and Graham Potter as they are worried that Bayern Munich may move for the RB Leipzig boss.
The Guardian have also seconded the claim about Nagelsmann being at the top of Spurs’ wishlist.
The report explains that Levy wants to appoint an attack-minded coach who has strong credentials in developing young players.
It is also asserted that the North Londoners could end up moving for Martinez or Southgate after the European Championship in the summer, with both coaches said to have admirers at Spurs.
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While Nagelsmann is clearly the best candidate for the job, if we cannot get the German, I would rather see us go for a young, up and coming manager Scott Parker or Graham Potter over someone like Southgate or Martinez.
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