Last Updated: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 14:48
Jurgen Klinsmann is reportedly who Tottenham want as manager if Harry Redknapp ends up taking on the England job.
The Daily Mirror claim chairman Daniel Levy is ready to turn to the former Spurs striker as he would be a popular choice with the club's supporters to offset the loss of Redknapp.
The 47-year-old German is currently the head coach of the United States national team and has previously coached his own country as well as roles with Los Angeles Galaxy and Bayern Munich.
Guus Hiddink is another name being linked with the White Hart Lane hot-seat although at this stage, it must be stressed that all the talk is just that.
The Football Association haven't been in touch yet with Spurs about Redknapp's availability despite endless speculation that he is the man they want to succeed Fabio Capello, who resigned from the job earlier this week.
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