The Portuguese is reportedly among the favourites for the current vacancy in North London but has already been at close quarters with the Spurs squad just over five years ago Nuno Espirito Santo has spoken of the help he received from former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino during a break from management in 2016.
Tottenham Hotspur are still keeping tabs on Barcelona prospect Lucas De Vega and could reignite their pursuit of him, according to reports. De Vega was a target for Tottenham last summer, when reports went as far as suggesting he was dreaming of joining Spurs. In the end, that failed to materialise, as Barcelona blocked the move.
Graham Roberts insists Tottenham Hotspur need to focus on the back four when it comes to recruitment this summer. Spurs have yet to make any signings, primarily because they have yet to appoint a replacement to Jose Mourinho, who was sacked in mid-April. It remains to be seen who will come in as their next boss but a report from talkSPORT journalist Ian Abrahams has suggested that it could be either former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo or Brighton & Hove Albion manager Graham Potter.
The Italian football icon was on the cusp of being appointed as Tottenham Hotspur boss before backlash from fans led to the Spurs hierarchy withdrawing their offer Napoli striker Lorenzo Insigne has revealed that his former boss Gennaro Gattuso has explained to him that Tottenham Hotspur are in "a bit of mess".
The Italian coach managed Fiorentina for just 23 days before leaving his post earlier this month, citing differences over transfer strategy as the reason for his departure Napoli star Lorenzo Insigne has revealed that Gennaro Gattuso told him managerial negotiations with Tottenham were 'a bit of a mess' as they continue to search for a new head coach.
Tottenham will enter the Europa Conference League play-off round in August after finishing seventh in the Premier League Tottenham will be participating in the Europa Conference League next season and it represents a real chance for the team to win some much-needed silverware. Looking likely to miss out on a European spot altogether heading into the last 15 minutes on the final day at Leicester City, Spurs turned the game on its head to win 4-2 and seal the final European spot up for grabs.
Former Tottenham Hotspur star Graham Roberts believes that Gareth Bale’s future depends on who the next manager is at the club. Real Madrid superstar Bale is currently away with Wales at Euro 2020 following a season spent on loan with Spurs. In total, he made just 10 starts in the Premier League under the management of Jose Mourinho but he still managed to score 11 goals, including a hat-trick against Sheffield United and braces versus Burnley, Crystal Palace and Leicester City.
Tottenham are ready to step up a move for Norwich City fullback Max Aarons. Sky Sports says Spurs have renewed their interest in Aarons. The managerless North London side are believed to be open to selling Serge Aurier this summer. And they are already looking at potential replacements for the Frenchman with Aarons the latest name on their shortlist.
The latest Spurs news from football.london on Friday morning including updates on Spurs' manager hunt, Dele Alli and Raheem Sterling links Here is your Tottenham Hotspur morning digest for Friday, June 25. Nuno leads managerial race - report Former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo is now said to be the 'serious leading candidate' to become the next Tottenham boss, according to The Daily Mail.
As the managerial ‘race’ continues to be taken in new directions with every passing day, more and more names begin to be linked with moves to Spurs. In a report published by the Athletic today, an unnamed player is ready to become the first signing of the summer after agreeing a deal with the club – but he will only join after whoever becomes the new manager gives the green light.
Tottenham are still optimistic about their chances of keeping Harry Kane at the club beyond this summer, according to Fabrizio Romano. What's the latest news on Harry Kane's future? The 27-year-old has reportedly told Spurs that he wants to move elsewhere in the current transfer window after the team finished down in seventh place in 2020/21, missing out on Champions League football for the second successive season.
Tottenham have put Ryan Mason on standby with the club's pre-season training beginning soon. Ryan Mason has been put on standby by managerless Tottenham to take charge of pre-season training. Former Spurs midfielder Mason was made interim head coach until the end of the season in April after Jose Mourinho was sacked, becoming the youngest manager of a Premier League club so far, at the age of 29.
With pre-season less than two weeks away, Spurs still remain manager-less, and fans are becoming more and more impatient. Fabio Paratici favours a three-man defence formation, and is actively looking for a coach with the same philosophy and ideas as him, and that man could be former Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
According to a report by journalist Ekrem Konur, Tottenham Hotspur and AC Milan now want Denmark sensation Mikkel Damsgaard as ‘official contacts’ begin for the player. The Lowdown: Tottenham on the market? It has been reported that Tottenham will implement a sell-to-buy policy before signing any players this summer.
Paratici faces a crucial summer in his new role at Tottenham Hotspur, with the club looking to return to the top-four mix in the Premier League Tottenham's new director of football Fabio Paratici has reportedly slapped a £30million price tag on Welsh full-back Ben Davies as he looks to keep the Welshman this summer.
Tottenham fans left furious as the club identify Nuno Espirito Santo as the leading candidate to become their new manager, threatening to 'cancel season tickets' as well as starting a 'NoToNuno' hashtag over potential appointment of the ex-Wolves boss
Nuno Espirito Santo has emerged as a front runner for the vacant Tottenham job Spurs have been without a manager since sacking Jose Mourinho in April But fans are less than pleased at seeing their club linked with the ex-Wolves boss Supporters have voiced concerns at Santo's 'negative' and 'defensive' tactics
The latest name linked in Tottenham Hotspur’s managerial search will surely have Harry Kane worried… What’s the word? According to Football Insider, the North London outfit’s newly-appointed sporting director, Fabio Paratici, is pushing hard to secure former Wolves boss Nuno Santo in what has been described as a “major coup” for the club.
Manchester City are willing to wait a year to sign Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane, according to ESPN. What's the latest Tottenham transfer news? The Premier League champions are believed to have registered their interest in signing the England captain after he made it clear he wanted to leave.
Speaking to Spanish radio station Cadena SER (via Sky Sports), Sevilla president Jose Castro has lifted the lid on a ‘dizzying’ offer made by Tottenham Hotspur for manager Julen Lopetegui. The Lowdown: Tottenham search continues… Spurs have seen a host of managers come and go out of contention when it comes to the hot seat.
Many Tottenham fans have today been reacting to the latest news and rumours surrounding their club on Twitter. Tottenham-focused Twitter account @thespursweb relayed reports from Serbian outlet Sport Klub (via Sport Witness) that stated that Spurs are the only club willing to pay his €60m (£51.4m) price tag the Italian outfit have placed on his head and lead the race for his signature.