Julian Nagelsmann has repeatedly been pushed forward as a serious candidate for Tottenham Hotspur.
The German has been without a job since he was shown the exit door at Bayern Munich on March 24th and is one of the hottest candidates currently on the market.
Bild relay claims made in England about Tottenham wanting the 35-year-old and then give their own information on this case.
The former RB Leipzig manager is interested in taking over the vacant job at the north London club.
Tottenham sacked Antonio Conte last month and also parted ways with their acting head coach, Cristian Stellini, earlier this week. Ryan Mason will be in charge for the upcoming fixtures while Spurs look to find a permanent manager.
According to Bild, Nagelsmann is ‘concentrating’ on the Premier League side because he’s ‘very tempted’ to become Conte’s successor in London.
The German has set certain conditions and if Spurs were to meet his demands, ‘only then he wants to become’ their manager.
Tottenham are sixth in the table with 53 points, and they’re a point behind fifth placed Aston Villa, with a game in hand.