The hunt for the next permanent manager at Tottenham Hotspur is still on and different names have continued to emerge as possible candidates on the list.

Spurs currently have Ryan Mason as their interim manager after he replaced José Mourinho who was sacked by Tottenham Hotspur owner Daniel Levy following the poor form they were in under the Portuguese manager's tenure.

Mason has not done badly as Spurs manager and has been grinding out wins for the London club since his appointment, but Levy is very much concerned about the long-term and has continued to look out for likely options that would be the ideal option for the club. Although it was later debunked as a mere rumor, former Chelsea manager Frank Lampard was reportedly linked with the managerial role at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. The English manager was also fired by Chelsea following his inability to make good of their stars in producing favorable results.

Another name that has been linked to the role is Fulham manager Scott Parker. The Fulham boss may not have been able to prevent his side from getting relegated this season, but he is seen as one who has tactical knowledge and experience. The report stated that Levy believes Parker will perform better if he has better players to deal with, but nothing has been arranged yet.

Leicester City manager Brendan Rogers is also a target for Levy, but he appears to be the most impossible option as he is expected to reject any approach from Spurs. However, Premier League legend Michael Laudrup has suggested that the former Celtic manager is the most ideal option for Spurs and that they should do whatever they can to lure him to the Tottenham Hotspur stadium so he can take over from Ryan Mason.