The Daily Mail have reported that Ryan Mason is now ready to take the step into permanent management after his short stint with Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Mason was named as the interim head coach of Spurs until the end of the season in late April after Jose Mourinho was sacked in North London.
The former Tottenham academy graduate had to grapple with a race for European football, the European Super League and endless Harry Kane rumours, but did so impressively.
The Daily Mail claim that Mason is now seen as one of the most promising young managers in England and will now listen to offers from clubs for full-time manager or head coach roles.
The Spurs players were apparently impressed with Mason both on the training pitch and in his interviews when forced to deal with off-pitch matters.
Once his interim role ended, the question emerged over whether Mason would return to his head of academy player development role at Tottenham or look for management experience. The Daily Mail seem to hint towards the latter if the right role emerges.
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