Exeter City manager Alex Inglethorpe is to leave St James' Park.
Inglethorpe is set to leave the Grecians
He is believed to have been offered the manager's job at MK Dons and also a youth coaching post at Tottenham.
Exeter confirmed that the 34-year-old will be leaving the Conference club within an agreed a time frame and he is now expected to join Spurs.
Inglethorpe, who signed a new one-year rolling contract last season, took charge at Exeter in October 2004 and stabilised the former League club.
The former Leyton Orient midfielder led the Grecians to sixth and seventh-placed finishes in the Conference in the past two seasons and famously saw his side hold Manchester United to a 0-0 draw at Old Trafford in the FA Cup third-round in January 2005.
Inglethorpe will help to complete the summer transfers he has instigated and Exeter will receive compensation following his departure.
The Grecians will advertise the manager's position and will invite applications until June 16.