First transfer target identified as Tottenham managerial appointment is very close to being finalised

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Time is clearly of the essence at White Hart Lane, as, despite the fact that their new managerial appointment has yet to be fully rubber-stamped, the expected incumbent has already been drawing up a list of targets he requires.

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Renowned journalist, Gianluca Di Marzio, tweeted on Friday that former Wolverhampton Wanderers manager, Nuno Espirito Santo, was in advanced talks and very close to being appointed.

His hire is hardly likely to have Spurs fans shouting his name from the roof tops, given that Antonio Conte, at one stage, appeared odds on to take the job.

Nuno Espirito Santo is close to becoming Tottenham manager

Indeed, Tottenham’s entire process for bringing in a new man in charge of the first-team has been disastrous from a PR perspective.

Nothing appears to be going well for Daniel Levy and Co. at present, for a variety of reasons including Harry Kane wanting to leave.

The chairman will be hoping, however, that by bringing in Nuno, who intends to make Sevilla’s Jules Kounde his first signing according to Di Marzio, that today’s news is yesterday’s chip paper and the team and club can quickly move forward.

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4 Comments

  1. What a complete joke this club is, Levy has made a laughing stock of us, he should go just for this let alone the ESL debacle. That on top of 20 years of failure on the pitch, how can Levy, Lewis and ENIC stay? in desperation they have appointed Paratici to take the heat off of Levy, Paratici will take the blame when the manager appointment and player recruitment goes wrong this season, we all know it will, while Levy, Lewis and ENIC are in charge NOTHING will change. They have to go, the sooner the better. ENIC OUT !!!

  2. I have never known a club like this so stupid going for the wrong manager again why don’t they listen to the fans who will be paying good money to watch them I’m just glad I won’t be one of them I have had a guts full of them

  3. This whole saga would be laughable if it wasn’t so appalling. Maybe Nuno is the right man but if so, why wasn’t he a prime candidate 2 months ago ? Potter before Nuno, Mason before Nuno, in fact dozens before Nuno. It’s shocking mismanagement by Levy and he’s turned a great club into a farce.

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