Tottenham Hotspur has held negotiations with André VillA-Boas
and they are poised to offer him the manager’s job.
According to the guardian,Villa-Boas’ agents were in London to meet Spurs chairman Daniel Levy over the weekend to discuss the terms of the contract but the process has since accelerated by the club speaking directly to the former Chelsea manager.
The 34-year-old was initially uncertain whether he was Spurs key choice for the vacancy among the candidates who were shortlisted, Everton’s David Moyes numbering among them.
Villa-Boas is set to replace Harry Redknapp whose sacking created a gamble, as he had led the club to fourth, fifth and fourth-placed finishes in the Premier League in the past three seasons only missing out on Champions League qualification in May 2012 when Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in the final of the competition.
Levy is keen on Villa-Boas as the young dynamic coach who can lead the Spurs to new era.