Napoli are reportedly interested in appointing Luis Enrique as their next manager.
They are looking for a replacement for Luciano Spalletti who is set to leave his position at the end of this season.
The Italian boss wants to take a sabbatical year after leading his side to their first Scudetto since 1990.
According to the Guardian, Napoli are in talks with Enrique to take over as their new manager.
However, they face competition for the Spaniard who reportedly also features on the shortlist of Tottenham Hotspur and other clubs.
Spurs have been without a permanent manager since they parted ways with Antonio Conte following his stunning rant.
Arne Slot was one of their top targets but the Dutch boss rejected their approach, preferring to stay at Feyenoord.
Tottenham are considering Luis Enrique and Celtic manager Ange Postecoglou to replace Conte.
Enrique has been out of work since he resigned as head coach of Spain following their 2022 World Cup last-16 exit at the hands of Morocco.
The 53-year-old has also managed Roma and Celta Vigo but his most successful spell came at Barcelona.
He led the Catalans to two La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey trophies and a Champions League during his three-year stint at Camp Nou.
The Spaniard is a world-class manager known for his brave and fearless management style.
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