Tottenham Spurs search for a new manager since the sacking of Jose Mourinho has been ongoing and different replacements have had talks with the North London club.
Talks with Gennaro Gattuso has stalled down and The Tottenham board have resolved not to appoint the Former Napoli Manager as their next head coach.
According to new claims, the club has slim options available for them, making it difficult to get the best manager in the market. It is believed that one of the board members is backing Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to take over.
As per reports, the member wants Wenger to control the club for one season as they wait for Brendan Rodgers to leave Leicester City in the summer of 2022 to try appointing him.
"One @SpursOfficial board member wants Arsène Wenger to take control for one season. Brendan Rodgers has told friends he will leave @LCFC in summer 2022. #THFC #LCFC " Indykaila
Arsene Wenger enjoyed 22 years at Arsenal is yet to see how he reacts to these regulations as Arsenal fans have their comments on the same and can't believe if this can happen.
Joe" Arsene Wenger just gonna throw away his whole legacy at Arsenal to join Spurs for one year? Your story makes no sense..."
Barella " Why would Wenger downgrade from retirement to spurs"
Gabi" How to lose your reputation"
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