Former Wolves mentor Nuno Espirito Santo has emerged as the favourite to take over the coaching reigns at Tottenham Hotspur after talks with Antonio Conte, Paulo Fonseca and Gennaro Gattuso broke down.
The Portuguese football manager left Wolves at the end of the season by mutual agreement.
However, the 47-year-old tactician was not Spurs’ candidate when he left Wolves at the end of the season as Spurs pursued other targets, but has now emerged as a strong contender, as reported by Sky Sports News.
Ryan Mason led the team on an interim basis following Jose Mourinho’s sacking in April and the club’s board have evaluated a number of names to succeed him.
According to reports, the club also had discussions with former Inter boss Antonio Conte and outgoing Roma manager Paulo Fonseca but on both occasions, talks over a potential appointment did not materialise.
By FARPost Reporter