Jurgen Klinsmann has revealed that he is in talks to fill the vacant manager position at Tottenham Hotspur.
Spurs finished the season with interim coach Ryan Mason at the helm, following Jose Mourinho’s dismissal in April.
Klinsmann, who has coached the likes of Bayern Munich, Germany and the USA, was a legend as a player at Tottenham and has admitted to ESPN that he has held talks with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy about taking over, but he admitted that he still needs to clarify a few things.
Klinsmann, who had two spells at the north London club, playing 56 games and scoring 30 goals in total, admitted that he would be delighted to return as manager.
“Tottenham is Tottenham. You would always listen to an offer from them and, for me, Tottenham means a lot more,” Klinsmann said on ESPN.
Both Julian Nagelsmann and Antonio Conte were close to becoming the next manager of Spurs, but the vacancy remains open as both coaches eventually snubbed the offer of moving to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.