TOTTENHAM have actually reached previous Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri to take over from Jose Mourinho, according to reports.
Mourinho, 58, was sacked by Spurs just six days before the Carabao Cup last in a shock move on Monday.
Academy item Ryan Mason, 29, has been put in charge up until completion of the season, becoming the youngest manager in Premier League history.
Mason masterminded an excellent resurgence as Gareth Bale and Child Heung-min guaranteed he won his very first game 2-1 against Southampton.
However Tottenham have actually already started their look for Mourinho’s irreversible replacement – set to take over ahead of the 2021-22 season.
RB Leipzig chief Julian Nagelsmann is the early favourite to take charge in North London.
But Football Italia claim Spurs are making a move to bring ex-Chelsea chief Sarri, 62, back to the capital.
It’s said Daniel Levy and Co have actually connected to Sarri’s representative Fali Ramadani to use him the task from the summertime.
The Italian manager has actually been out of work because being sacked by Juventus in August following yet another underwhelming Champions League campaign in which they were KO ‘d by Lyon in the last-16.
Sarri is still technically under contract at the Serie A giants until completion of next season.
TOTALLY FREE BETS: GET OVER ₤ 2,000 IN OFFERS HERE
It will cost Juve ₤ 2.2 million to terminate the deal a year early.
Tottenham will not have a straight perform at Sarri, though – despite odds on him relocating to North London being slashed.
It’s thought a host of Italian clubs, consisting of Roma, are keen on the former Napoli boss.
There’s also the concern of fans inviting him to the club given his history at London competitors Chelsea.
Sarri took charge of the Blues in 2018-19, helping them win the Europa League, while leading them to third in the Premier League and to the Carabao Cup last, where they lost to Manchester City.
The Italian won the Serie A title in his only season at Juve, however his European shortcomings ultimately resulted in his sacking.
⚽ Read our Football live blog for the extremely newest news from around the grounds