Celtic supervisor Ange Postecoglou is rising as the popular candidate for the vacant Tottenham job.
Sky Sports activities Information beforehand reported that Postecoglou was on Spurs’ checklist of prospects alongside Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi and Fulham’s Marco Silva.
Spurs are nonetheless on the lookout for a brand new everlasting supervisor after Arne Slot declared he was staying at Feyenoord final week.
Former Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason is presently in interim cost after changing Cristian Stellini, who stepped in when Antonio Conte parted firm with the London membership in March.
Postecoglou, who has gained 82 of his 112 video games in cost at Celtic, is on the point of clinching a home treble in Scotland.
They play Inverness Caledonian Thistle within the Scottish Cup closing on Saturday having already gained the Premiership and League Cup.
Postecoglou: ‘I by no means plan something’
The Australian has been linked with a lot of Premier League jobs this season, together with Everton and Chelsea.
Sky Sports activities Information spoke to him earlier than Celtic’s closing league sport for the season and requested if he had considered his future past the summer season.
“No, as a result of I do know that is not how soccer works,”
“I have been requested about these items loads of occasions, what’s necessary for me is the right here and now. I’ve by no means deliberate something in my soccer profession.
“You’ll be able to’t as a supervisor chart a course for your self to be in a sure place in a sure time.
“The one factor I do know for sure is that in case you’re not concentrating on the duty in hand, your future will get taken out of your palms.
“I’ve labored actually arduous in my profession to not be in that place and the best way I’ve accomplished that’s to ensure, past what occurs this week, I am not going to consider anything.
“No matter occurs in my profession from right here will occur as a result of I am doing rather well.
“I feel what the Celtic followers need is their supervisor to be concentrating on what’s necessary for them now.”