Reports suggest that Julian Nagelsmann has demanded a decisive say in Tottenham’s transfer dealings if he is to become the club’s next manager. Following a humiliating 6-1 defeat to Newcastle, Tottenham sacked caretaker boss Cristian Stellini and appointed Ryan Mason as they continue their search for a permanent manager. Nagelsmann, who recently pulled out of the race to become Chelsea’s next boss, has long been earmarked for the role at Tottenham. However, the 35-year-old German still needs convincing to join, and one way club chairman Daniel Levy can reportedly do this is by giving Nagelsmann control over transfers. Tottenham currently sit six points adrift of the top four and face a difficult run-in featuring games against Manchester United, Liverpool, and Aston Villa, as well as London derbies against Crystal Palace, Brentford, and West Ham.