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Daniel Levy's Imaginary Shortlist

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Gareth Southgate

A special guest analyst takes us through an outside-the-box potential managerial appointment.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Christophe Galtier

Tottenham stole Lille’s coaching staff 18 months ago. This time, why not steal their manager?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Maurizio Sarri

The Wrong Maurizio (yes I know they are spelled differently)

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Roberto Martinez

Could Martinez make the leap back to club football? Eh.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Ralf Rangnick

For a holistic approach to success, is there anyone better than the gegenpress guy?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Massimiliano Allegri

Allegri absolutely dominated Italy while at Juventus. So why isn’t he already employed?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Jesse Marsch

He may be headed to RB Leipzig, but it’s worth remembering the name

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Graham Potter

Brighton are in 17th, so why is Graham Potter the best available option for Spurs? Because in this house, we trust the process.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Erik Ten Hag

Nagelsmann is done. We continue down the list as we set our sights across the channel to Ajax.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary (Managerial) Shortlist: Brendan Rodgers

Nagelsmann is done, and it’s time to start looking at other candidates. Up first — the OTHER guy we probably won’t get.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Nacer Chadli

The Belgian winger’s flexibility and clutch international performances should be enough to catch Levy’s eye.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist - All of Sporting?

One of Portugal’s best teams is failing apart. Is it Levy time?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Tanguy Ndombele

Spurs should give the 21-year-old French midfielder a long look.

Anthony Martial ticks all the boxes that Spurs need in an attacker

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Lucas Tousart

He’s young, versatile, and built like a brick wall. Sounds perfect?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Adama Traore

Adama’s dribbling stats are unreal, but there are some caveats.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Kieran Tierney

Spurs could run out the Double Kieran Formation in 2018/2019.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Jeremy Toljan

The athletic wingback might be available on the cheap.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Ricardo Pereira

The midfielder turned wing-back has a high upside and could be a good fit if Kyle Walker moves to City.

Daniel Levy’s imaginary shortlist: Riyad Mahrez

The Leicester winger dropped off a bit last year, which might make him affordable.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Keita Baldé

If Spurs are trying to make a splash this summer, they’d be wise to look at Lazio’s 22-year-old starlet.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Short List: Naby Keita

Read about the Bundesliga’s best midfielder before he inevitably joins Liverpool and sets the Premier League on fire.

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Joel Veltman

We shall have all the AJAX

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Andre Gray

The 2015-16 Championship Player of the Year is stalling on a contract extension with Burnley. Is his addition a value-add for the depth of Tottenham Hotspur?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Josh King

Bournemouth’s Josh King had a bang-up season under Eddie Howe. Would he make a better reserve striker for Spurs than Vincent Janssen?

Daniel Levy’s Imaginary Shortlist: Ryan Sessegnon

He’s 17 and is already an established first team player in the Championship. He’s a star in waiting and Spurs should sign him.

DLIS: Yevhen Konoplyanka

He's speedy, creative, wants out of Ukraine, and Liverpool like him. Sounds good to me!

Manager shortlist: Gerardo Martino

Barcelona's stopgap could be Tottenham Hotspur's version of Manuel Pellegrini.

Manager shortlist: Carlo Ancelotti

The next manager on our shortlist is arguably (taken here to mean 'definitely') the most successful and qualified candidate Daniel Levy can afford to look at at this moment in time.

Manager shortlist: Louis van Gaal

We examine current Netherlands national team manager Louis van Gaal for the open position of Tottenham Hotspur manager.

Manager shortlist: Rémi Garde

We continue our look at possible managerial candidates for Tottenham Hotspur with soon-to-be former Olympique Lyonnais manager Rémi Garde.

Manager shortlist: Thomas Tuchel

If Spurs are going to gamble on someone, Thomas Tuchel is as good a bet as they're going to find.