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Roberto Martinez 'is open to Premier League return after the Euros' in major boost for Tottenham, with Belgium boss 'on Daniel Levy's radar' after vacant Spurs job was snubbed by Julian Nagelsmann, Brendan Rodgers and Erik ten Hag Roberto Martinez is believed to be open to a potential Premier League return The Spaniard will lead Belgium in this summer's Euros but could leave after that News is a boost to Daniel Levy as he looks to find Tottenham's next manager Julian Nagelsmann and Brendan Rodgers among those to already snub role 

By Matt Verri For Mailonline

Published: 09:29 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 09:32 BST, 2 May 2021

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Roberto Martinez is reportedly willing to make a return to management in the Premier League amid links to the Tottenham head coach job.

The Spaniard was sacked by Everton in 2016 after three years in charge, and became Belgium manager a few months later where he has been ever since.

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Martinez has led Belgium to be the number one ranked team in the world, and they go into this summer's Euros as the third favourites behind England and France. 

Roberto Martinez is open to a potential return to the Premier League after this summer's Euros

Roberto Martinez is open to a potential return to the Premier League after this summer's Euros

Daniel Levy will welcome that news after failing to secure top targets as next Tottenham boss

Daniel Levy will welcome that news after failing to secure top targets as next Tottenham boss

But according to The Sun, the 47-year-old is open to moving back into

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