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Tottenham makes a U-turn on one of their managerial targets
By Bruce Grove -

Tottenham has made a U-turn and is set to hold talks with former Wolves manager, Nuno Espirito Santo and possibly making him their next boss.

The Lilywhites have been on the lookout for a new manager since Ryan Mason finished his stint as the interim boss.

He had replaced Jose Mourinho just before the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City.

He was only there for the short term with the club looking to name a new permanent manager before next season starts.

They have reached a dead end in their pursuit of several targets including Brendan Rodgers and Antonio Conte.

One man whom they were linked to at the start of their search was Santo, but they quickly moved on to other targets and appeared as though he wasn’t a part of their plans.

However, it has now been revealed by Football Insider that they have made a U-turn and will hold talks with him over their vacant managerial position.

The Portuguese boss helped Wolves to gain promotion to the Premier League in 2018 and led them to an impressive finish in their first campaign back which saw them play in Europe.

They didn’t make the European places last season, but he remains one of the highest-rated managers around Europe.

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N5 Spur
N5 Spur
26 days ago

No to nuno, if levy is going to try for a manager he previously has gone for its got to be conte, if not go for either

Xaxi or Gallardo

Last edited 26 days ago by N5 Spur
EssexTony
EssexTony
26 days ago

At this rate I reckon that Levy will end up having to recruit on Indeed.com🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️

Glory Costs Too Much
Glory Costs Too Much
26 days ago

Nope to Nuno. We don’t want to play like Wolves, I’d rather play like Brighton and go down fighting than get loads of 0-0’s and 1-1’s.

Mark Neville
Mark Neville
27 days ago

next week it will be Southgate after the Germans knock England out on pens.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
26 days ago
Reply to  Mark Neville

Two worst case scenarios right there.

Osvaldo
Osvaldo
27 days ago

Apparently Gerrard is on the radar as well. He has a very good coaching team including Mick Beale who has done great work at Chelsea and Liverpool academies before joinning Gerrard at Rangers. He could also bring Defoe.
Guess the issue may be that he’d be off once Klopp goes.

Pablo
Pablo
27 days ago

He is Mourinho without the trophies or charisma. He plays 3-5-2 but with a defensive emphasis. Long live the Spurs DNA.

Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
Steve 'Killer Cushion' Williams
26 days ago
Reply to  Pablo

With one league title in a hundred years its our dna that needs to change.. I really don’t want Nuno either, but Levy is going to run out of managers soon… We’ll be left with Roy Hodgson, big sam and Klinsmann.

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