Premier League club Tottenham are still in the hunt for the right candidate that will be their next manager and most of their current likely candidates are currently in the Premier League. The club’s former player Ryan Mason is currently the London club’s interim manager but owner Daniel Levy is said to be very interested in the idea of bringing in a top candidate that can improve the club and have them compete in major club titles from next season.


After the sacking of José Mourinho, Spurs have been scouting for a while on who could permanently replace the Portuguese manager and they have reportedly contacted former Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri but the Italian manager immediately turned down the offer. Also, according to the Daily Independent, they have asked departing Bayern Munich boss Hansi Flick about the idea of coming to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium but that is also not feasible as Flick has already agreed to be the next manager of the Germany national team.

The other two names on their list are Leicester City manager Brendan Rogers and Nuno Espirito Santos. Rogers, who recently led Leicester to their first FA Cup title against Chelsea earlier this month has been linked with an exit from the King Power Stadium. Having enjoyed fruitful spells in Scotland with Celtic and now with Leicester in the Premier League, Levy believes he has worthy credentials to make Spurs a better side with a few signings.

As for Nuno, the Wolves manager has announced that he will be leaning the Molineux stadium at the end of this season and reports are claiming that he could be the man in the dugout for Spurs next season. Even though he has not made any statement about the rumors, he is already being linked with a couple of players should in case the rumors are true.