Update: Wednesday, May 14
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino is open to filling the Tottenham Hotspur managerial vacancy following the dismissal of Tim Sherwood, per David Hytner at the Guardian.
Update: Tuesday, May 13
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is expected to sack Tim Sherwood, per Matt Law at the Telegraph.
"Levy did not want to give Sherwood the bad news on Monday because it would overshadow Ledley King’s testimonial," Law wrote. "But Levy is now expected to move quickly in confirming Sherwood’s five-month stint is over."
Tottenham Hotspur manager Tim Sherwood has yet to discuss his long-term future with chairman Daniel Levy.
"It'll be nice [to get the situation] clarified and then we can look to pre-season and targets for next season as well," Sherwood said, per Sky Sports. "It's been a great learning curve for me. I've tried to do as best I can and preparing the team every week to win games."
Sherwood helped guide Spurs to sixth.
Should he get fired, he deserves another shot with a bottom-tier Premier League team or a Championship side pushing for promotion.
Harry Redknapp has had a long managerial career with a rudimentary philosophy, so Sherwood should look to emulate Redknapp.