Belgium manager Roberto Martinez is the latest name to be linked with the vacant job at Spurs.
The Spaniard is reported to be in talks with the North London club, wit suggestions that he wants to return to club football after this summer’s European Championships.
Martinez has been in charge of the Belgian national side since 2016, taking them to a World Cup semi-final and number one spot in the FIFA World Rankings, They are among the favourites for this summer’s Euros.
Martinez was formerly in charge of Wigan Athletic, leading them to a surprise FA Cup win in 2013, although the Lancashire club were relegated from the Premier League the same season.
He then spent three years at Goodison Park with Everton, but despite taking them to two Cup semi-finals, the club’s fans were unhappy with his style of plana and had called for him to be removed.
He has been linked with the Arsenal job in the past as well.
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