Former player Jurgen Klinsmann is the latest name linked with the vacant managerial job at Spurs.
Since Jose Mourinho was sacked in April, numerous candidates have been identified as potential candidates, but, for one reason or another, they have not been able to make an appointment yet.
They seemed to be on the verge of announcing former Roma boss Paolo Fonseca as their new boss last week, but talks with the Portuguese broke down at the last minute. Briefly Gennaro Gattuso was limned-up but interest in him was ended after a backlash from supporters.
Now the latest man in the frame is the 56-year-old German, who had two spells as a player with the club in the 1990s and remains a popular figure amongst their fans, claiming that Tottenham are in “his heart”,
Klinsmann has since managed Bayern Munich as well as the German and the USA national teams, and is currently a TV pundit.
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