Despite denials from Spurs yesterday, the Daily Mail says that has not ended Tottenham's interest, and they intend to monitor his progress. Spurs sources confirmed yesterday that, if Jol is sacked, Ramos remains the top target.
After the 3-1 home defeat by Everton last week, it is understood that there was not a single sign of support in the boardroom. That prompted the meeting with Ramos, even though Tottenham may have to wait to get their man.
Meanwhile, Spurs fans are planning a protest at Manchester United on Sunday against Jol's anticipated exit.