Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is reported to be currently in the Bahamas with ENIC owner Joe Lewis, according to The Telegraph.
Lewis, 84, who is worth an estimated £4.4billion, became a tax exile and based himself in the Bahamas in the 1980s and 1990s (Daily Mail).
The North Londoners are currently still yet to confirm who will be replacing Jose Mourinho as the club’s new head coach after the 58-year-old was dismissed in April.
Tottenham have now turned their attention to Paulo Fonseca after previously being linked with the likes of Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag.
The Telegraph claim that Fonseca, who left AS Roma at the end of last season is confident that he will reach an agreement to become the head coach at Tottenham with both parties currently in discussions.
Levy is said to have given the green light for a deal to be completed for Fonseca to take up the role with the former Portugal midfielder having postponed a flight to Ukraine this week, the country of his wife while talks between his representatives and Spurs take place.
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