Daniel Levy is looking for a new head coach and has his eye on Belgium's coach.
According to sources, Tottenham has made contact with Roberto Martinez as the club continues its hunt for a new boss.
After 18 months in command, Jose Mourinho was stripped of his duties by Spurs in April. From now until the end of the season, Ryan Mason will be in charge of the first team on an interim basis. Long-serving chairman Daniel Levy is keen to find a permanent successor to Mourinho sooner rather than later.
Tottenham have already missed out on Brendan Rodgers, Erik ten Hag, and Julian Nagelsmann, all of whom have - either directly or indirectly - ruled themselves out of the job. If Levy needs a coach with Premier League experience, Graham Potter, Scott Parker, and Ralph Hasenhuttl have been mentioned as possible candidates.
Martinez is also familiar with English football, having managed Swansea City, Wigan Athletic, and Everton before taking over as Belgium manager in 2016.
The Spaniard led Belgium to the World Cup semi-finals three years ago and will be hoping to win Euro 2020 with the Belgian National Team.