Tottenham are in talks with Roberto Martinez , according to Sky Sports.
The north London outfit are still working their way through a list of candidates having failed to name a replacement for Jose Mourinho, who was sacked ahead of the Carabao Cup final.
Interim head coach Ryan Mason guided Spurs to a seventh-place finish and the UEFA Conference League, but isn’t expected to take the reigns on a full-time basis.
The likes of Graham Potter, Ralf Rangnick and even Mauricio Pochettino have been mentioned, but Sky Sports believe that the Tottenham hierarchy are considering a move for the former Everton manager, who’s currently with Belgium preparing for Euro 2020.
Martinez has previously mentioned about returning to club management having been out of the game since his sacking from Everton in 2016, following two consecutive 11th-place finishes.
He impressed with both Swansea and Wigan, which included a remarkable FA Cup triumph, but Martinez teams have generally struggled defensively, something Spurs will be looking to improve on after a poor campaign at the back under Mourinho.