Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly considering Feyenoord manager Arne Slot as their new head coach for next season.
The 44-year-old has emerged as a shock rival to Julian Nagelsmann for the job with the North London giants expected to make their decision in the next month, according to ESPN.
Tottenham Hotspur latest news: Arne Slot heavily linked with Spurs job
The Dutchman was named Eredivisie manager of the season last year and his side currently sits top of the league, eight points clear of PSV Eindhoven and a massive 11 points clear of arch-rivals Ajax, having lost just once in the league all season.
Slot is seen as a serious candidate by Daniel Levy but will prove to be the more expensive option over Nagelsmann, with Spurs needing to pay the Dutchman out of a contract with the Rotterdam-based club which runs until the summer of 2025 to secure any potential deal.
Feyenoord could win their first Eredivisie title since 2017 on Sunday if they beat Excelsior and PSV lose at Feyenoord’s fellow city rivals Sparta Rotterdam.