Tottenham are in advanced negotiations with former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte about becoming their new manager.
Chairman Daniel Levy and Managing Director Fabio Paratici are moving quickly to secure a replacement following Nuno Espirito Santo’s sacking on Monday after four months in charge.
Conte, 52, was scheduled to hold face-to-face talks late on Monday with Spurs while an announcement may be made today hiring him or not.
The Italian left Inter Milan in May just weeks after winning Serie A.
He won the Premier League and FA Cup at Chelsea but was sacked in July 2018 after a disappointing second year in charge.
The former midfielder also managed Juventus from 2011-14, winning three Serie A titles, and took charge of the Italian national team from 2014-16.
Conte spoke to Tottenham on a number of occasions in the summer as the club looked for a replacement for Jose Mourinho.