Former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas is wanted by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

The Sun says Villas-Boas is emerging as a strong contender to replace Harry Redknapp, along with Spurs legend Jurgen Klinsmann and Wigan's Roberto Martinez.

Levy's No 1 target Villas-Boas also worked with a technical director at Chelsea.

Michael Emenalo was appointed at virtually the same time as the Portuguese was unveiled at Stamford Bridge in July 2011.

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