Date:Friday June 15 2012
According to reports in the British tabloids this morning, Everton chairman Bill Kenwright will not stand in David Moyes's way if or when Tottenham make their approach.
The Everton boss has been the heavy favourite to replace Harry Redknapp at Spurs, even before the recent dramatic twist that saw Redknapp leave Spurs a year early.
The bookies had already opened betting on who would become the next Spurs manager when Redknapp was heavily tipped to become England boss, so when his departure came yesterday, betting was suspended because so much money had already been placed on Moyes over the past couple of months.
According to The Telegraph, Tottenham have yet to identify who their preferred choice as a new manager is likely to be.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy held meetings on Thursday to draw up what is thought to be a four man short-list, which could apparently include Wigan manager Roberto Martinez, former Schalke coach Ralf Rangnick, former Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas and of course David Moyes.
With one year remaining on his Goodison Park contract, The Star believe that Moyes is cutting short his holiday in America for talks with Everton owner Bill Kenwright.
Moyes and Kenwright were always set to hold talks, with the annual discussion over what budget will be available for the first team on the agenda, but now according to the Star at least, a possible renewal of his contract might also be on the table.
However the red top believes that Moyes would be interested in speaking to Tottenham and if Spurs do ask for permission to talk, Kenwright is unlikely to stand in their way, according to the Star.
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Date:Friday June 15 2012
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