The London Evening Standard have reported on Thursday that Tottenham are considering hiring David Moyes to be their new manager.
The Evening Standard whacked the harsh headline “Tottenham weigh up gamble on David Moyes – Scot still impresses Daniel Levy despite failure at Manchester United” over their piece.
Tucking into the meat of the story, Tom Collomosse claims that:
David Moyes is emerging as a contender to become Tottenham’s next manager but senior figures at the club are divided over his possible appointment following his dismal short reign at Manchester United.
Louis van Gaal has been considered the front-runner for some time… however, it is thought Van Gaal would command a much bigger salary than Moyes and Spurs are mindful of making a large financial commitment at a time when stadium expansion costs will rise considerably.
Unfortunately the article in the Evening Standard fails to carry any quotes or supporting evidence, which leaves readers left to come to their own judgement over whether the rumours has any merit.