Seriously, what kind of career strategy involves complaining about the boss ?
It is reported that the club has refused to deny the rumours.
There has been a bit of speculation surrounding the future of the Spurs Head Coach who only took over in December.
We take a look at five men who could take the role, should Andre Villas-Boas leave...
We highlight five managers who might just be lined up to replace Paulo Di Canio at the Stadium of Light, including former Chelsea and Manchester United men.
Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp is the favourite to be appointed Head of Youth Development for his former club replacing the outgoing Liam Brady.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger won't be going anywhere anytime soon, but when he does decide to step down there will be a lot of top managerial talent interested in taking on his role.
After Steve Kean's 'forced resignation' at Ewood Park the Championship side are now looking to replace the Scot but could these former Sunderland, Ipswich, Leicester City, Swansea City, QPR, Real Madrid, Newcastle and Manchester United coaches fit the bill?