Tottenham Hostpur are in talks with Roberto Martinez who has emerged as a top contender to take charge of the north London outfit, according to reports.
Spurs parted company with Jose Mourinho in April – with Ryan Mason taking temporary charge of the club for the final weeks of the 2020/21 campaign.
And Sky Sports report that Spurs are continuing talks with Spaniard Martinez over the managerial vacancy at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The 47-year-old is currently in charge of the Belgian national team and will be looking to lead the Red Devils to glory at Euro 2020 in the summer.
However, reports claim Martinez has told close friends that he is keen to return to club management once the upcoming international tournament comes to an end.
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Former Swansea and current Brighton boss Graham Potter and ex-RB Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick are also among the list of contenders to replace Mourinho at Spurs.
Martinez started his managerial career with Swansea in 2007 before leaving to join Wigan Athletic in 2009.
He spent four seasons with the Latics before replacing David Moyes as Everton manager in 2013.
The Spaniard led the Toffees to their record Premier League points total in his debut campaign at Goodison Park but was sacked in 2016 – joining Belgium later in the same year.
He has guided the Red Devils to number one spot in the world rankings while he also led them to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.