Tottenham Hotspur are not believed to have a number one target when it comes to their search for a new manager, but do have a variety of names they are considering for the role.

Since Antonio Conte left the club at the end of March, Tottenham fans have seen Cristian Stellini last just four games as interim manager before Ryan Mason took over as Acting Head Coach until the end of the season.

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The process of finding a new permanent manager has been a disappointing one.

It has been in a similar vein to the summer of 2021 which saw multiple managers turn Spurs down before they settled on Nuno Espirito Santo, a man who was then sacked after just 124 days in charge.

The latest manager to reject Tottenham is Feyenoord‘s Arne Slot, who appears to be signing a new contract with his current club despite strong links to the Spurs role (Fabrizio Romano).

Now, a report from The Guardian suggests Tottenham do not have a standout contender for the vacant managerial role, but have plenty of names on the shortlist.

The “broader list of names” includes Sporting Lisbon’s Ruben Amorim, who has a €15 million (£13 million) buyout clause this summer, Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou, Roberto De Zerbi, and Luis Enrique. However, it is expected to be “unlikely” that De Zerbi would leave Brighton for Spurs.

Meanwhile, Sky Sports News also believe Postecoglou, Luis Enrique, and De Zerbi are on Tottenham’s radar.

However, they also suggest Fulham’s Marco Silva is in consideration, along with former Brighton and Chelsea boss Graham Potter, and Brendan Rodgers.

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Out of those names, I would go for Ruben Amorim. His Sporting side caused us all sorts of problems in the Champions League, and they play very aggressive, attacking football.

That said, I really cannot see any manager leaving a job to come to us, so we may have to look at the unemployed options, of which you’d have to say Enrique is the best option.

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