SO, WHO COULD REPLACE HIM?
WOULD excite fans and still has a close relationship with chairman Daniel Levy. But not everyone at the club would be on board with the Argentine’s return.
OUT OF WORK after leaving his job as Spain boss following the World Cup, so readily available. An intriguing and high-profile appointment but he is likely to have other options.
LOOKING for a return to work and enjoyed working in the Premier League with Chelsea. Persuading him would be tough.
ROBERTO DE ZERBI
IMPRESSED during his first few months in charge at Brighton. But Tottenham are a very different club.
AN outsider, but the Nottingham Forest boss has his admirers at Tottenham.
HAS done brilliantly at Eintracht Frankfurt which has not gone unnoticed at Tottenham. His reputation is excellent in Europe.