Frank De Boer could take Tottenham Hotspur to the next level if he is appointed manager in the summer.
Spurs are looking for a successor to manager Tim Sherwood at the end of the season, and De Boer is likely to be the favourite to take up the job after he admitted that Tottenham have opened talks with Ajax.
De Boer has won his fourth successive Eredivisie title with Ajax, the first time the club has won four tittles in a row and the Dutch head coach is nothing less than the ever first manager to achieve this in the Dutch league.
The 43-years-old took over from Martin Jol as caretaker of Ajax first-team until the 2010 winter break but, his imminent success left him as manage for the entire 2010-11 season.
His first match in charge was a UEFA Champions League group match against AC Milan that Ajax won at the San Siro stadium, with a final score of 2-0.
He then went to win the Eredivisie on the same year after Ajax beat previous champions FC Twente 3-1 at home on the final matchday, it was Ajax first tittle in seven years.
Ajax's good form continued the next season as De Boer prolonged his contract and gave his former club its second consecutive tittle.
On his third season as head coach Ajax were champions for another time, and the former Ajax defender was awarded of the Rinus Michels Award for manager of the year in the Netherlands in 2013.
And in April, a month ago, Ajax kept their Champions' tittle for the fourth time which make a total of nine tittles the Dutch has won with Ajax including the fives he won as an Ajax player, another record.
There is a very promising future for Tottenham if De Boer is appointed as Spurs head coach over the summer period.
And repeating what he has done in the Netherlands in north London would just comfort Spurs' chairman Daniel Levy after he spent £100million on seven new players last summer.
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