According to a report by reliable Tottenham Hotspur correspondent Alasdair Gold, the club have set a timeframe for appointing a new manager with chairman Daniel Levy aiming to make an announcement before the end of this season.
In a major update, Gold has shared potentially when Tottenham could be making the big decision of who to hire after sacking previous boss Jose Mourinho.
Gold drops major managerial update
There have been plenty of names thrown into the mix even after blows in regards to chasing Julian Nagelsmann and Brendan Rodgers, with the former announced as Bayern Munich’s new manager and the latter likely to stay put at Leicester (Sky Sports).
Gold, dropping an encouraging update, believes the aim is to appoint a brand new boss before the end of this season to avoid a long, drawn out process heading into the summer.
“Understand Spurs are aiming to announce their next manager before the end of this season,” explained the journalist on Twitter.
“So just over three weeks to get that done and dusted.”
Transfer Tavern take
While they haven’t given themselves much time, Tottenham could still be considered a big job by many coaches and there are no shortage of possible candidates.
Indeed, Erik Ten Hag appears to stand out among the plethora of names given his profile suits that of a manager Levy wants to hire.
The leap from Eredivisie football to the Premier League could be a big one, but there is little doubt Ten Hag displays plenty of promise.
In other news: This 47-year-old apparently wants the job, find out more here.
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