Last Updated: Tue, 06 May 2014 10:08
Everton's Roberto Martinez has emerged as the latest big-name contender to be installed as Tottenham's new manager next season.
Chairman Daniel Levy is, according to a report in the Times, ready to offer the highly-rated 40-year-old a major budget to spend on new players and the perceived thinking is that will be enough to tempt him away from Goodison Park where he is not expected to have a vast amount of cash to splash in the summer.
It is not the first time Tottenham have been linked with the Spaniard because he was reportedly on the club's list White Hart Lane officials moved instead for Andre Villas-Boas.
He is the latest name to be linked with Tim Sherwood's job, while Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal, Ajax head coach Frank de Boer and Souhampton manager Mauricio Pochettino have all been credited with an interest.
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