Friday, 23rd May, 2014



Tottenham Hotspur are not planning to approach any manager who is currently unemployed over the job at White Hart Lane, according to the BBC, something which rules out former Manchester United manager David Moyes.

The Scot, who was sacked from his role at Manchester United last month, had been mooted as a front-runner for the post, along with former AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri.




However, the decision of Spurs chairman Daniel Levy, rules both men out of taking charge at White Hart Lane and succeeding Tim Sherwood.

Tottenham have also been strongly linked with current Ajax coach Frank de Boer, who told Inside Futbol recently that Spurs have made an approach to discover the details of his contract at the Amsterdam ArenA.

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Also in the reckoning is current Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino.

The Argentine has been thought to be Levy's first choice, but so far no deal is on the horizon, while the Saints are keen to keep hold of the former Espanyol coach.

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