Goodison Park boss to make White Hart Lane switch?
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DAVID MOYES is flying back from holiday in America for talks with Everton owner Bill Kenwright as Tottenham step up their bid to make him their new boss.
Moyes is the preferred choice of Spurs chairman Daniel Levy following Harry Redknapp’s departure from White Hart Lane.
The Scot will meet Kenwright over the weekend to discuss his plans for the future of the club.
Starsport understands the Goodison chief would be very interested in taking over at Spurs if the offer came his way.
Ironically, he was due to have a meeting with Kenwright shortly to discuss the renewal of his contract which has a year to run.
SOURCE: Daily Star
David Moyes appears favourite to take the White Hart Lane hot-seat and it may prove very tough for Everton owner Bill Kenwright to prevent the Scot from being tempted into moving to North London.
Having spent most of his ten years at Goodison Park trying to operate within very difficult financial constraints the chance to take over at Tottenham, where he may have more of a chance to challenge for a top four spot and major silverware, Moyes may well feel the time is right to leave Merseyside.
Kenwright will surely fight to keep the 49 year old at the club but given he only has a year left on his current contract it would seem that efforts to do so could well fail. Similarly Spurs chairman Daniel Levy may well be keen to bring in a manager who knows how to deal frugally in the transfer market after backing Redknapp heavily with sizable funds.