Everyone is changing at Tottenham Hotspur as Daniel Levy begins his search for Jose Mourinho.
The “special” was shown like everything else, but not in his 17 months at White Hart Lane, and he even had to feel ashamed to be shown the door just six days before bringing Wembley’s spurs to the Carabao Cup final.
Instead, Ryan Mason has been placed under interim leadership and it looks like he will remain in office until the end of the season.
According to the Daily Mail, Levy has put experience before potential and this has seen two surprising names appearing as leading participants in the full-time position, say football.london.
Rafa Benitez is looking for a job since ending his relationship with the Chinese side Dalian, while Ralph Ragnik is the other name under consideration.
Each of the managers has a wealth of experience that he can present at the table, and as Brendan Rodgers and Eric Ten Hague are excluded, Levy’s options become more limited with each passing day.