Date: 6th April 2023 at 4:04pm
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Those in charge of Tottenham Hotspur could look to a Dutch manager to take charge of the team at the end of the season.

Spurs are currently on the hunt for a manager to replace Antonio Conte, with Christian Stellini currently in interim charge of the club.

The Lilywhites have had a disappointing season by their standards, having been knocked out of all cup competitions and struggled in the Premier League.

Despite their poor form, Spurs currently sit within the top four of the Premier League, a position that would secure Champions League football next term.

However,  Manchester United have games-in-hand over Spurs and look likely to overtake the north London outfit.

Due to Tottenham’s below-par season so far, the board at the club decided to pull the trigger and sacked serial winner, Conte, last week.

According to De Telegraaf, Tottenham have shortlisted Feyenoord manager, Arne Slot, as one of their top three manager candidates to replace the ex-Chelsea man.

The 44-year-old has captured attention following what has been an excellent season for the Eredivisie side so far.

Arne Slot is considered to be towards the top of Tottenham’s manager shortlist

Slot has his Feyenoord side sat eight points clear at the top of the Eredivisie and looks almost certain to guide the club to their first league title in six years.

The Dutchman is also well known for his attacking style of football, as his side has scored an average of 2.3 goals per match this term and, remarkably, have only lost once in the league.

At the end of last term, few would have predicted that Spurs would be on the lookout for a new manager in the closing weeks of this season.

Conte had an excellent start to his short stint in north London, dragging the club into the top four to qualify for the Champions League last season.

Spurs’ highlight of last season was an impressive 3-0 win over fierce rivals Arsenal towards the end of the campaign, which put the club in pole position to finish in the top four.

Things soon soured, though, and the club parted ways with Conte towards the end of last month.

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