4.Roberto di Matteo
The Italian was sacked by Chelsea after losing two consecutive games at the helm
The former West Brom and Chelsea gaffer has the ability to take over at big clubs but for Spurs he looks like an unusual option.
His managing abilities would suit Spurs,especially in this case when the likes of Paulinho, Roberto Soldado and Christian Eriksen are struggling to find their feet at White Hart Lane.
He helped Chelsea win the Champions League two seasons ago and could achieve big things at Spurs if given time, trust and confidence.
Spurs need an attacking mindset to keep fans at White Hart Lane happy, something that may stop Di Matteo being a genuine contender.