The search for a new permanent manager at Tottenham Hotspur continues, with Ange Postecoglou now seemingly open to taking the job at the North London club.

It has now been more than two months since Tottenham parted ways with Antonio Conte. Two interim managers later, and the club are no closer to announcing a full-time replacement.

Multiple names have been linked with the post, but many have ruled themselves out of the running for one reason or another.

Ange Postecoglou

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Arne Slot is the latest to distance himself from Spurs, after committing his future to current club Feyenoord (Dan Kilpatrick).

Previously, the likes of Vincent Kompany and Xabi Alonso also decided to stick rather than twist on Tottenham.

The most recent name to take on the mantle of the front-runner when it comes to the vacancy at Spurs is Celtic boss Postecoglou (Evening Standard).

The Australian coach has just secured his second title in two years with the Scottish giants and is on course for a treble this year.

According to the Daily Mail, however, the 57-year-old is now open to the interest from Spurs.

It is thought Postecoglou’s chances of taking over at Tottenham “have improved” over the last week, in the wake of Slot’s apparent U-turn.

Postecoglou has the small matter of a cup final on the horizon, but once the fixture against Inverness CT is out of the way, things could start moving it seems.

Apparently, Postecoglou is now “open to taking over at Spurs.”

Spurs Web Opinion

I’m not entirely sold on Postecoglou. I like him, and I think he’s done a good job at Celtic, but it’s a big leap to go from the SPL to a Premier League team with ambitions of finishing in the top four.

This appointment needs to be perfect, and Postecoglou does not feel like the right man for the job.

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