Ryan Mason insists Tottenham are still a “big club” and an attractive proposition for managers despite the ongoing search for a new head coach.Spurs saw another contender to permanently replace Antonio Conte exit the running this week after Feyenoord boss Arne Slot committed his long-term future to the Eredivisie club before he signed a new deal on Friday.Tottenham held an interest in Slot but the PA news agency understands no direct discussions with the 44-year-old took place.Mason is under no illusions the top job at Spurs remains desirable.“It is Tottenham Hotspur, it is a big club.
Not just for managers or coaches, but for staff members, for players,” Spurs’ acting head coach said before Sunday’s trip to Leeds.“Anyone here should feel the privilege and honour to represent the badge.
If they don’t, then they shouldn’t be here. It is as simple as that.“Maybe these people (like Slot) you might be mentioning, I don’t know who because I’ve not been looking at the press, but if their name is out there, they are not exactly moving themselves away from it.
They know it is a big club.“They know if Tottenham and their name is being linked, it is a massive positive for them.“It is a big club, we know it is.Read more on independent.co.uk