Luis Enrique has jetted to London for manager talks with Tottenham, sources have told Football Insider.
The Spaniard, 52, is a strong contender for the Spurs post and had a meeting with club officials as they lay the groundwork for a new manager appointment.
It is believed that Enrique is keen to manage a Premier League club after stepping down from his position as Spain manager following their World Cup elimination
Spanish reports on Wednesday suggested that Enrique was travelling to the English capital to agree terms with Chelsea.
However, Frank Lampard was appointed interim manager on Wednesday night in a deal that runs until the end of the season.
Enrique is on the radar of Chelsea ahead of the summer as they look to appoint a permanent manager when the season ends.
But he is also of strong interest to Tottenham, who also have their own interim manager in charge with Cristian Stellini taking the reins until the end of the campaign.
Enrique has an impressive CV that includes a glittering spell as Barcelona manager in which they won the Champions League and two La Liga titles
He also managed Spain for four years across two spells as well as Celta Vigo and Serie A big guns Roma.
Enrique has been out of work since his spell as Spain manager ended when they were knocked out of the World Cup at the last-16 stage by Morocco on penalties.