Nuno Espirito Santo is the latest name to be linked with the Spurs job, after it was confirmed that he has left Wolves.
The Portuguese had led Wolves to promotion and established them as Premier League side, and his departure from Molineux came as something of a surprise, despite the club having a disappointing season compared to recent campaigns.
He has now been installed as favourite by the bookmakers to take the Spurs job vacant since Jose Mourinho was sacked last month.
Ryan Mason has been filling in on a temporary basis, but Sunday’s win at Leicester is widely assumed to have been his last in charge.
47-year old Santo was under contract with Wolves until 2023, but his departure was described as being due to mutual consent.
Brighton’s Graham Potter, Southampton’s Ralph Hassenhüttl’s and Fulham’s Scott Parker have also been linked with the job at the North London Stadium.
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