Tottenham great, Glenn Hoddle, believes chairman Daniel Levy has led the club to the crossroads.
Hoddle believes Levy’s decision on who takes over from Jose Mourinho in the Tottenham hot seat is the biggest one he’s had to make during his 20 years at the club.
“I’m still scratching my head to see where Levy’s going to go. I wonder if he’d be better going to someone who’s been in the Premier League, knows the Premier League. That might work better than going for a foreign manager,” he told Betfair.
“Graham Potter at Brighton has done a great job, but whether he can cope with the pressure is another thing. Only Daniel Levy knows and I get the feeling he’s chasing his tail at the moment.
“It seems like we are going south, not north. Two years ago, we were travelling north, but we’ve reversed the car and we’re going down south.
“I feel that we’ve got to have some stability for a few seasons. It’s got to be a mini rebuild to see if that success can come round the corner. There are too many facets to the squad that are negative at the moment.
“Daniel has got to make the biggest decision he’s ever had to make in the 20 years since being in charge of Spurs. It’s a crossroads for the club – I just pray and hope that he gets the right man that can turn things around.”