Nuno Espirito Santo is the frontrunner for the Tottenham job but Spurs still have fingers in other pies, according to the Telegraph.
And the Telegraph seems to agree, claiming talks have taken place between the club and the Portuguese coach.
However, the report goes on to say that Spurs ‘admire’ three other managers, suggesting the Londoners have not completely settled on Nuno yet.
Apparently, Tottenham are fond of former Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini, who is currently in charge of the entertaining Italian national team.
Spurs are also said to like SPL-winning Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and Brighton’s highly-rated young coach Graham Potter.
The question is: how much do Tottenham ‘admire’ those alternatives? Is it enough to end their pursuit of Nuno?
Pre-season is edging closer and closer, and Spurs arguably can’t afford to spend much more time searching for a manager when crucial transfer business needs to be conducted.