Daniel Levy apparently has two other candidates in the running for the Spurs job as well as Ange Postecoglou.
More than two months after sacking Antonio Conte the Londoners don’t appear to be any closer to installing a successor despite the Transfer Window officially opening in less than two weeks time.
Either the new man will have to hit the ground running or be prepared to accept a squad and transfers that have advanced under other people.
While that is going on Harry Kane is entering the last year of his Spurs contract, after finishing the season in eighth place and making early exits in cup competitions he is still waiting on his first winners medal.
Sam Wallace (400,000 Twitter followers) is one of the most respected reports covering the EPL, in The Telegraph he reports:
Tottenham Hotspur are understood to be considering three candidates for their long-vacant manager’s job: Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou, Fulham’s Marco Silva and the former Spain coach Luis Enrique.
The expectation is that all three will be fully considered by Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman who is leading the process, and that the appointment will come before the club bring in a successor to Fabio Paratici as sporting director.
Levy also has the support in the appointment process of the club’s chief football officer, Scott Munn, who will be joining Spurs from City Football Group.
Ryan Mason took charge of Spurs for the last few matches of the season, his second stint in the job.