Express Sport takes a look at four managers that could be in line to fill the vacancy on a permanent basis.
RB Leipzig boss Nagelsmann is widely believed to be Levy’s first-choice candidate after establishing himself as one of the finest young managers in world football.
The 33-year-old replaced Ralf Rangnick at the Bundesliga outfit in the summer of 2019 and has not looked back, transforming the club into genuine title contenders alongside the likes of Bayern Munich.
Spurs have long been linked with a move for Nagelsmann’s signature but could face stiff competition from the Bavarian giants, who are expected to lose Hansi Flick at the end of the season.
However, recent reports have suggested that Leipzig would be reluctant to strengthen a direct rival, potentially opening the door for Spurs to swoop.
The Northern Ireland native has a proven track record in England after fruitful spells at Swansea City and Liverpool, with the 48-year-old narrowly missing out on winning the Premier League title with the latter.
He has managed to get the Foxes playing attractive football and has displayed his transfer market know-how on a number of occasions, signing the likes of Wesley Fofana and Caglar Soyuncu to shore up his side’s defence.
However, if Spurs decide to pursue Rodgers, they could be forced to part ways with a hefty compensation package as he is under contract until the summer of 2025.
Parker has failed to steer Fulham away from the threat of Premier League relegation this season, but has shown plenty of promise as a manager during his short career in the dugout.
The 40-year-old is also an ex-Spurs player, with his appointment carrying the potential to get the supporters back onside after the discontent on display during the latter stages of Mourinho’s tenure.
The former England international would likely be an outside choice, but could prove to be a shrewd appointment in seasons to come if he can develop into a world-class manager with Spurs.
There is a possibility that Parker could seek a move away from Craven Cottage if Fulham’s relegation is confirmed, a development that could allow Levy to snap him up with ease.
Allegri has been out of a job since leaving his post at Juventus in 2019, but continues to be linked with plenty of management roles across the continent.
His appointment would ensure the services of an experienced head with a trophy-laden track record, much like Mourinho.
However, it remains to be seen whether Levy would decide to take the gamble, given Allegri’s two-year absence from the touchline.
The 53-year-old’s playing style is also unlikely to win over the Spurs faithful, with the club said to be keen on building an attacking, front-foot philosophy.