Former Premier League midfielder Carlton Palmer has told This Is Futbol in an exclusive interview that he would not be surprised if Tottenham made an approach for West Ham manager David Moyes this summer.
Tottenham are still searching for a new man for the dugout following Jose Mourinho’s sacking last month.
Meanwhile, despite the impressive season West Ham have had under Moyes this term, the Scotsman’s future is up in the air as his contract approaches its final month.
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Given the rivalry between Spurs and the Hammers, Daniel Levy luring Moyes to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium would probably be the unthinkable to some supporters.
Nevertheless, Palmer is not putting it past the north London club to register interest in Moyes, who praised current Spurs defender Eric Dier and called him a “great boy” in 2020, before the start of next season.
Speaking exclusively to TIF about Tottenham’s search for a new manager and Moyes’ future, the ex-England international said:
“I wouldn’t be surprised if Spurs were interested in him [after] the season he’s had and the job he’s done at West Ham.”
With the amount of Premier League experience he has amassed, as well as what he has achieved this campaign, Tottenham could probably do a lot worse than Moyes.