Tottenham have held more talks with former Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas. The Daily Mail says Tottenham have held a second round of talks with Villas-Boas as the Portuguese emerges as a serious contender to replace Harry Redknapp.

The former Chelsea manager's representatives were in England on Monday, meeting with Spurs as the White Hart Lane club continue their search for a new boss.

Villas-Boas's agent held informal discussions with chairman Daniel Levy towards the end of last week to alert Spurs to the 34-year-old's interest in taking over, and Monday's development underlines Villas-Boas as a leading contender to take the vacant role.