Will Rafa be serving Tapas at the Lane?
With Tim Sherwood sacked there seem to be two major candidates for the hot seat at Tottenham Hotspur: Frank de Boer and Mauricio Pochettino. Here's a look at how the Dutch manager has made his name.
He's the favorite for the job. But should he be?
An introduction to what could be a lengthy series.
Tottenham legend and former Spurs and England manager Glenn Hoddle has come out and flatly said that he wants the Spurs job. But is he the right fit for Tottenham right now?
FC Basel's manager is a young, hot property who is out of contract this summer. We already know that he's at least taken a phone call from Spurs. Could he be our next full-time boss?
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You're probably going to hear about a lot of candidates for the managerial vacancy at Tottenham Hotspur. We'll try to evaluate as many realistic options as we can.
Kicking this list of possible replacements for the today-departed Andre Villas-Boas off is an internal solution available to a chairman who hates paying through the nose for staff. Mr Tim Sherwood, come on down.
Despite suffering a dip in form at the end of last season, Newcastle's all-action French international could still be an excellent addition to a squad gasping for upgrades in the centre of midfield.
The mercurial American is playing the best football of his career for club and country. Rumors of a transfer are swirling, and Tottenham Hotspur should get involved... for the right price.
The Monaco midfielder has revealed that he will be leaving this summer on a free. He has a number of suitors interested in him, but Tottenham Hotspur should definitely make a bid.
Spurs have been linked with Bologna's on-loan Juventus forward Manolo Gabbiadini, but who is he?
Toulouse are in financial trouble and that could mean that they're forced to part with some of their best assets, namely midfielder Étienne Capoue.
With the talk today on Benoit Assou-Ekotto's future with Tottenham Hotspur, it seems like a good time to discuss possible replacements. Luke Shaw could be the top choice.
Tottenham Hotspur are expected to sign an established striker and an up-and-comer. Could Rodrigo be the latter?
Could this Dutch midfielder be the missing cog for Tottenham's midfield and Andre Villas-Boas' 4-3-3 formation?
Hamburg's £12m South Korean striker could be the answer to Spurs' offensive woes.
Spurs need a left back and Wolfsburg have a pretty great one.
Forget Damião. Forget Soldado. Forget Higuain. Tottenham Hotspur should buy Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Wingers on wingers on wingers.
We continue our our imaginary transfer shortlist with yet another Belgian, this time it's Ajax defender Toby Alderweireld.
Could CSKA Moscow's star striker propel Tottenham to the top four and trophies?
Tottenham Hotspur have needed a striker for three seasons. Might the answer be a young Belgian forward? Probably not.
Another young playmaker on the books? Can't hurt.
Our resident Russian football expert offers his contributions to our imaginary shortlist series, starting with Alan Dzagoev.
Did you know that Sevilla FC teams, for whom Álvaro Negredo plays striker, are nicknamed "The Bathtubs?" Thanks for the knowledge, Wikipedia!
Another entry into possibly the most comprehensive list of brilliant players our chairman should be looking at right now, ever.
Could Derby's 17 year-old prodigy be a future star for Tottenham?
Could a dynamic Moroccan midfielder be the man for Spurs?
Could a certain Spanish midfielder be a better option for Spurs than Joao Moutinho?
Our series on Daniel Levy's imaginary shortlist of players to sign in January continues with Barcelona defender Marc Bartra.
Georges-Kévin N’Koudou in the dressing room at Hotspur Way after training with the squad. #COYS (via @SkySports) pic.twitter.com/h5NzZJ6vy4— Talking THFC (@TalkingTHFC) August 29, 2016
Georges-Kévin N’Koudou in the dressing room at Hotspur Way after training with the squad. #COYS (via @SkySports) pic.twitter.com/h5NzZJ6vy4