According to Daily Star, it has been revealed that Daniel Levy had no part to play in not appointing Paulo Fonseca as the new manager of Tottenham. The former Roma manager was very close to taking up the job but the deal collapsed at the very last minute.
Nuno Espirito Santo has been linked with the Tottenham vacancy as the club look to find their ideal man to succeed Jose Mourinho Nuno Espirito Santo is one of the latest names to be linked with the Tottenham managerial vacancy as the search to find Jose Mourinho's successor goes on.
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly opened discussions with as many as five different candidates for the club's managerial position. Chairman Daniel Levy has been left frustrated in the search for a successor to Jose Mourinho, who was removed from his position two months ago. Antonio Conte, Paulo Fonseca and Gennaro Gattuso were all close to arriving at the North London club before their respective moves broke down during the closing stages.
Alasdair Gold has been speaking on his latest YouTube video to discuss all things Tottenham Hotspur related amid their search for a new manager. One topic which was discussed heavily was the reported breakdown in talks with former Roma manager Paulo Fonseca in regards to filling the vacant managerial role at Spurs.
Tottenham Hotspur legend Glenn Hoddle has admitted that he is confused as to chairman Daniel Levy's process during his search for a new manager. Spurs have been without a permanent manager since Jose Mourinho left the club in April and Levy is yet to announce who will succeed interim boss Ryan Mason in the dugout.
Manchester City have responded to Tottenham’s refusal of their £100m bid for Harry Kane by offering up five key players to feature in a player-plus-cash deal, according to reports. It was reported on Monday that City put an official bid in for Kane of £100m with the “availability to include players in the deal”.
Danny Ings has been linked with a list of Premier League clubs heading into the summer, including Manchester United with reports of an enquiry into his future and talks between both clubs Southampton striker Danny Ings is now into the final year of his contract with the club. Saints have done their utmost to try and convince the former Liverpool forward to stay beyond 2022, offering him a bumper new contract that would make him the club's highest-paid player and guarantee his regular football for a number of years.
The supporters' trust has presented their proposals to the Spurs chairman about fans' representation on the board and are awaiting a response The Tottenham Hotspur Supporters' Trust has submitted its proposal to the club for the inclusion of fans in decision-making at the top level. Following their controversial and ultimately doomed European Super League involvement, Spurs announced last month that they would be establishing a club advisory panel, comprised of elected representatives from different areas of the fanbase which would be "inclusive and reflective of our fans' diversity".
Tottenham great Glenn Hoddle believes chairman Daniel Levy has the club at the crossroads. Hoddle believes Levy's decision on who takes over from Jose Mourinho in the Tottenham hotseat is the biggest one he's had to make during his 20 years at the club. "I'm still scratching my head to see where Levy's going to go.
From the moment Tottenham Hotspur's website put out a perfunctory statement bringing an end to Jose Mourinho's 17-month tenure on April 19, Daniel Levy has been engaged in a desperate Tinder session going ever-more wrong. The Spurs chairman has an RSI in his thumb he's swiped right so often in the 60-plus days since deciding the Special One was no more than an ill-advised fling best left forgotten.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is 'chasing his tail' and must make 'the biggest decision he's had to in 20 years' in selecting the right manager, insists Glenn Hoddle
Tottenham are still yet to replace Jose Mourinho after he was sacked in April Spurs' quest for a new manager has been drawn out after failing to land targets Glenn Hoddle claims old side are at 'crossroads' with Daniel Levy 'chasing his tail' Glenn Hoddle believes Daniel Levy's decision on who takes over from Jose Mourinho in the Tottenham hotseat is the biggest one he's had to make during his 20 years at the club.
Windass has suggested that Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks could be a good signing for Southampton. The former Hull City star believes that Winks could come in and be Ralph Hasenhuttl’s holding midfielder, thus freeing up James Ward-Prowse to get involved in more attacks. He told This is Futbol:
Tottenham are still without a new manager six weeks on from Daniel Levy's decision to sack Jose Mourinho, with the north Londoners now looking to appoint a ninth-choice candidate Daniel Levy was reportedly not involved in deciding against Paulo Fonseca’s appointment as Tottenham’s next manager.
Manchester City are reportedly prepared to offer Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus in part-exchange for Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane. The England international is said to have informed Spurs chairman Daniel Levy that he wishes to take on a new challenge after making 336 appearances for the North London outfit.
The former Tottenham midfielder and manager has given his take on the situation at his old club as they search for their next head coach Glenn Hoddle believes that the new Tottenham Hotspur head coach will have a huge rebuild required but without the funds to do so. It has been more than two months since Jose Mourinho was relieved of his duties and without a replacement in place, it is just two weeks before Spurs' non-international players return to Hotspur Way for pre-season.
Manchester City are chasing Harry Kane this summer and their failed effort to sign Alexis Sanchez should serve as a warning Manchester City's pursuit of Harry Kane is unlikely to end - one way or the other - any time soon. Daniel Levy is a notoriously tough negotiator and Harry Kane is involved in a major tournament for the next few weeks.
Manchester City have reportedly launched a bid of £100m to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham this summer. Tottenham are facing the possibility of losing Harry Kane before the start of next season, with the 27-year-old reportedly looking for a new challenge this summer. Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United have all been linked with moves for the Spurs talisman in recent weeks.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is determined to keep hold of Harry Kane this summer. The Mirror reports Manchester City have stepped up their interest and are pushing to get a deal done, although Spurs insist they have yet to receive a formal offer for the England captain. Chelsea have also made enquiries while Manchester United are watching developments closely but it is City who seem determined to steal a march on their Premier League rivals.