Tottenham Hotspur Football: New Tottenham director of football arrives in London to close Nuno Espirito Santo appointment
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Tottenham Hotspur Football: New Tottenham director of football
arrives in London to close Nuno Espirito Santo appointment
Fabio Paratici reached London for the first time to start his new job as Tottenham managing director of
football; former Juventus handover chief is set to hold more talks with Nuno Espirito Santo ahead of
potential selection as new Spurs head coach. Paratici flew in from a post-season holiday and more talks
are planned with ex-Wolves boss Nuno this week.
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Spurs are assured of completing a deal for the Portuguese and finish the long-running search for Jose
Mourinho's successor ahead of their return to pre-season training. Reports in Turkey over the weekend
cast worries over the move, claiming Nuno had been approached by Fenerbahce.
It means the track is clear for Paratici to thrash out a deal with the 47-year-old, who brought the Wolves
into the Premier League in 2018 and recognized them as a top-half side double finishing seventh until last
season when they ended 13th. Spurs have held talks with Antonio Conte, Mauricio Pochettino, Paulo
Fonseca, Gennaro Gattuso, and Julen Lopetegui since the finish of the Premier League season as they
search for a new permanent boss.
Nuno was not an applicant when he left Wolves at the end of the season as Spurs chased other targets,
but has now emerged as the leading contender. Meanwhile, Paratici has approached Bologna about a
probable deal for Takehiro Tomiyasu, as the Serie A club is said to want at least £17m (€20m) for the Japan
Tomiyasu is relaxed playing both at center-back and right-back and with Serge Aurier's future in doubt the
latter is an important position to strengthen for the club, as they have already shown attention in Tariq
Lamptey of Bright