Tottenham are 'interested' in Frank De Boer, but for now he is focused on Ajax, says agent
Spurs are seeking a permanent replacement for Andre Villas-Boas
Thursday 19 December 2013
Frank De Boer is focused on Ajax amid suggestions the former Holland captain is a target for Tottenham.
The former Barcelona and Rangers defender is reportedly a contender to succeed the sacked Andre Villas-Boas as boss after leading Ajax to three Eredivisie titles.
However, De Boer's agent Guido Albers has played down the speculation.
Albers told Voetbal International: "Through various channels it has become clear to me that Spurs are interested, but the club has not approached Ajax.
"So for us there is not much to say about it. Frank focuses entirely on Ajax."
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