Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has revealed that Tottenham have discussed potential transfer targets with the club’s next manager.
Levy and his company Enic secured a £15m transfer fund when shareholders approved his proposals at an extraordinary general meeting on Wednesday. The Spurs chairman is confident of getting his first-choice coach in the summer, and he has already been talking transfers with him.
“The potential manager is aware of the targets we are looking at,” said Levy.
“There have been discussions with him. We know who we want and he is aware of the situation.
“But there is no guarantee he will be here in the summer, although we are hopeful.
“We intend to buy quality so anyone who comes in will be happy with who we buy.
“We are working on a couple of deals at the moment but you need to have a willing seller and as Chelsea are finding out with Charlton that is not always the case.
“We have 10 days left and are hopeful. The incoming managerial situation has had no effect at all on who we want to sign.”
The Sun newspaper claims Spurs have made a £5m double bid for Leeds duo Paul Robinson and Eirik Bakke.