A selection of the latest stories involving Tottenham Hotspur this Thursday evening.
Another day and there’s more speculation surrounding the future of Tim Sherwood at White Hart Lane with midfielder Sandro reportedly telling ESPN in Brazil that the Spurs Head Coach will leave the club at the end of the season.
There has been plenty of speculation surrounding the man who took charge of the club in December from Andre Villas-Boas, and Sandro's future is also uncertain.
The London Evening Standard also picked up on the report, when Sandro is quoted, saying:
“I don’t know anything about it yet but I’m happy to have my name linked to a club the size of Sao Paulo but it would be very difficult to leave Tottenham on loan. If I were to leave, it would have to be on a permanent transfer and that is not close. Other teams have shown an interest but they have offered little money.”
Another man who appears to have entered the frame to be the next manager at White Hart Lane next season is Sporting Lisbon boss Leonardo Jardim.
TalkSport reports that Portuguese media says chairman Daniel Levy is monitoring Jardim’s situation, but there is speculation linking him with the job at Monaco, which will mean he’ll replace former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri.
Spurs have been linked with a move for Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku in recent weeks and his agent has said it is ‘too soon’ – according to Goal - to discuss the future of the striker, who is currently on loan at Everton.
Christophe Henrotay told Footmerato.net: “He still has two years left on his contract. It’s going to depend on Chelsea. After that, we’ll see together what the best options are if Chelsea decide to let him go.”
That same report also refers to Henrotay claiming that Daniel Levy has opened talks over a potential move to White Hart Lane for Lukaku.