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Pochettino is reportedly in talks with Spurs over a return to the north London club that would see him leave Paris Saint-Germain after less than six months in charge.
But it could be a tricky one to pull off with the 49-year-old's contract running until June 2022 and PSG hesitant to appoint yet another new boss.
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- The Athletic UK (@TheAthleticUK) May 27, 2021
However, their odds have since drifted with Pochettino and Conte the frontrunners for the job.
There will be no doubt who the fans would prefer, with Pochettino holding a fond place in the heart of all Spurs fans after guiding them to the Champions League final in 2018/19.
Spurs have regressed further since his departure, with Jose Mourinho struggling to get the best out of a talented side before Ryan Mason took interim charge to end the 2020/21 season.
When Antonio Conte left Inter Milan by mutual consent earlier this week, it sparked links with the Tottenham job.
Naturally, the fiery Italian has emerged as a favourite to fill the vacancy, while the club continues to look for a successor to Mourinho.
Tottenham Hotspur are still looking to formally select their next managerial appointment and it's believed that Erik ten Hag is still in the running.
That's according to The Athletic, who claims the 51-year-old is a leading contender for the Spurs job, despite signing a new two-year contract at his current club, Ajax.
However, it is understood there are no plans for talks between the two parties and he is not currently considered a candidate.
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