Tim Sherwood’s precarious position as head coach of Tottenham Hotspur is there for all to see.

Despite having the highest win percentage of any Spurs boss in Premier League history, after only being in the job permanently since late December, it is clear that Tottenham’s Chairman Daniel Levy wants a change.

With Dutch national team coach Louis van Gaal linked with the Spurs job time and time again, another contender for the ‘expected to be vacant’ hot-seat at White Hart Lane has emerged.

Jurgen Klopp.

The man who has masterminded Borussia Dortmund’s recent surge to the UEFA Champions League final, domestic trophies and success on the continent is being courted by Spurs. Our friends over at Soccerly take up the story, as Sherwood could be replaced by Klopp.