In England, no. Outside of England, probably, depending on his preferences. But considering the relationship with Jose and the the opportunity to take a highly recognized club to another level is probably extremely tempting.If you look at it objectively: is there a better club than Spurs for Campos to come in and ply his trade at?
Putting aside his close relationship with José, we have the best training ground, best stadium, play in the biggest league (something he hasn't done yet) and have a squad littered with some world class talent (Kane, Son) and young players with high potential (Lo Celso, Gedson, Tanganga, Ndombele).
The missing piece is to identify young and affordable transfer targets in a post-covid-19 market to complete/balance the squad. Something his previous quotes indicate he'd relish.
Surely it's the perfect project for him.
I will find it very amusing when Spurs start buying a bunch of £5-15m players that no one has heard of and half this board goes apoplectic at Levy because we aren't spending enough on transfers even though that is Campos's modus operandi. If he can apply that same logic to larger signings then we'll cooking with gas.