A report from the Mirror has claimed that Daniel Levy is set to hold talks with two managers over the vacant permanent Spurs job (Sunday Mirror 02/05/21 page 69).
Levy and co sacked Jose Mourinho in April after 17 months in charge of the North London club, replacing him for the time being with interim head coach, Ryan Mason.
Spurs have endured a season to forget, falling out of the Premier League top-four race, getting knocked out of the Europa League by Dinamo Zagreb and losing the Carabao Cup Final to Man City.
The Mirror claim that Daniel Levy will now look to hold meetings with both the Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo and current Belgium manager, Roberto Martinez.
The report also adds that Julian Nagelsmann and Erik ten Hag were on Tottenham’s radar, but are all now off the table for various reasons. Brendan Rodgers is also said to be an unlikely candidate but Spurs have not given up hope completely.
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