Europe papers reported that Roberto Martinez is in talks with Tottenham Hotspur over managerial role for coming season.
According to papers, Martinez is in Tottenham’s shortlist for covering managerial role along with Brighton boss Graham Potter and former Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick.
The Spaniard, who has guided Belgium to the top spot in FIFA’s world rankings, has told friends he is looking forward to returning to club management after this summer’s European Championships.
Reports suggest other candidates still on Tottenham’s shortlist include Brighton boss Graham Potter and former RB Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick.
Martinez has admirers across north London at Arsenal and was linked with a move to the Emirates before Mikel Arteta’s appointment in December 2019.
The London club is twisting things in its management following sacking of Jose Mourinho, who failed to achieve their objectives.
Ryan Mason has been in charge on an interim basis at Tottenham since Mourinho’s departure in April, with Spurs having finished in seventh to pip Arsenal on the final day to qualify for UEFA’s new Europa Conference League in 2021/22.
Roberto Martinez has already done fantastic job in his managerial journey, he is admired for building good teamwork for both national team and former club Everton.