Ange Postecoglou could be on the move to the English Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur interested in the Celtic manager.

The Spurs have been on the lookout for a new manager since March, with no luck thus far in finding a replacement for Antonio Conte.

As reported by The Independent, the club are ‘strongly considering’ Postecoglou, whose reputation across Europe has grown immensely with his two years at Celtic.

The former Socceroos coach has won five of the six possible trophies for Celtic since joining in mid-2021.

Something that may play a big role in Postecoglou’s potential move to England would be that club’s new chief football officer.

Former AFL, NRL and A-League executive Scott Munn has recently taken the position, and will officially begin in July.

It seems likely he’ll push for the hiring of the Greece born Australian, as the two know each other very well from their time in Australia and the City Football Group.

The group part-owns Japanese club Yokohama F. Marinos, who Postecoglou won a title for in 2019.

However, with Celtic chasing a potential treble, winning three domestic titles in a season, a rare feat, the former South Melbourne defender may not be ready to depart just yet.

As aforementioned, the successful manager’s reputation has grown, and it may be a matter of time before he’s picked up by a premier league team, with recent interest also coming from Chelsea.