Tottenham’s search for a successor to Andre Villas-Boas continues and it could well carry on for quite some time yet, as the papers are at odds over who the club want.
Tim Sherwood has been placed in caretaker control and Mail pair Rob Draper and Mark Ryan believe he could remain in place until the end of the season.
The Mail writers suggest Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is looking at Ajax coach Frank de Boer and Napoli boss Rafa Benitez.
In their piece, Draper and Ryan stated: "There has been contact with Ajax coach De Boer and Levy has previously sounded out Benitez, now at Napoli, about the White Hart Lane job.”
However, Draper and Ryan point out that both coaches are not interested in leaving their clubs in the middle of a season.
With their preferred candidates currently tied up, Levy will likely give Sherwood his chance to prove himself between now and the end of the season.
However, the Mirror's Steve Stammers suggests it is Netherlands national boss Louis van Gaal who is top of Levy's list.
Stammers claims Spurs will attempt to convince the Dutch FA to allow Van Gaal to job share between now and the World Cup finals before taking on a full-time role at White Hart Lane.