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Speaking on his YouTube channel, Alasdair Gold has claimed that various people have told him to not rule out the possibility of Nuno Espirito Santo becoming the next Tottenham manager.

The Portuguese boss has been linked in the past, but in the past few weeks things have seemingly gone quiet on that front as Nuno flirted with Everton and Spurs attempted to bring in Antonio Conte, Paulo Fonseca and Gennaro Gattuso.

However, after a week of twists in the Spurs manager race, Gold says that Nuno shouldn’t be ruled out as a potential candidate.

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What’s been said?

Gold gave an update on Nuno’s situation and Tottenham.

“I’m not saying they will go for him, I know some reports say that, I said this the other day and some reports since have said that he is someone they’re looking at. I’ve been told by various people not to rule him out is the best way of putting it, and I’ve been told by many people that he’s someone Paratici likes,” Gold said.

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Contender

Nuno should certainly be a contender to be Spurs’ next manager.

The former Wolves boss has proven that he can do a great job in the Premier League, masterminding two seventh-placed finishes at Wolves, and his 3-4-3 formation makes for interesting viewing that can bring great results.

Tottenham have been struggling to find their next manager for some time now, and with Nuno still out of work, he’s a gaffer they may want to consider.

Fabio Paratici likes him, so don’t be surprised if he comes to north London in the coming weeks.

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