Portuguese has only been at the Lane for just under a year now.
Real Madrid are considering making a surprise move for Tottenham Hotspur head coach Andre Villas-Boas to replace Jose Mourinho in the Santiago Bernabeu hot seat next season, says the Daily Mirror.
The young Portuguese has only been in charge at White Hart Lane since the start of last campaign, overseeing 54 matches in the capital, of which Villas-Boas has won 27 and lost just 11 of those contests.
However, the 35-year-old just failed to guide the north London club into the top four of the Premier League standings come the climax to the previous season, and so Tottenham will not be competing in the Uefa Champions League in the next campaign.
That failure, though, does not seem to have put the Liga giants off placing Villas-Boas on a three-man short list to take over from his departing compatriot in the Spanish capital this summer, with the self-styled ‘Special One’ standing down from his role after Madrid’s final league match of the season against Osasuna on Saturday.