Belgian stopper not making any decisions until new boss is installed.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen will wait until the club have appointed a new manager before deciding on where his future lies beyond the end of the transfer window, according to the Metro.
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The Belgium international was known to be an advocate of the sacking of Tim Sherwood, who was let go earlier in the week, and claimed that he would have quit the club had Sherwood remained in the post.
However, following Sherwood’s sacking, the in-demand stopper is now hinting that he would be willing to wait to see who the club instal in his place before making and final decisions on his future plans.
The 27-year-old enjoyed a debut season with the north London outfit, but found his form suffer this time around, and though he is a first team regular the club may be open to a sale should the right offer come along.
Vertonghen is believed to have been targeted by both Manchester United and Barcelona this summer, though as of yet no official approaches have been made.
Vertonghen still has two years remaining on his contract and has not concealed his desire to play Champions League football – something he has so far been able to achieve in north London.