Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy will wait till the end of the 2020/21 campaign to decide the fate of head coach Jose Mourinho.
Despite financial difficulties, Tottenham Hotspur ended up spending close to €100m to bring in new players. It’s been a mixed campaign for Jose’s men.
They were top of the Premier League after game week 12 but since then they dropped down to ninth place just two points above bitter rivals Arsenal. The Carabao Cup final is still to be played and if the Lilywhites can win it, they at the very least guarantee Europa League football next season.
Also, Tottenham have almost guaranteed a place in the next round of the Europa League after a 4-1 victory over Wolfsberger in their first leg in Budapest.
According to reports, it would take €30m to get rid of Mourinho as he has a contract with the North London club without a break clause until the summer of 2023.
Levy appointed Jose Mourinho with the sole intention of winning trophies, something the club has not been able to do after winning the EFL League back in 2008.
Jose can also point out the fact that he has been missing key players for longer periods of time owing to fitness issues. The first team is still supporting the Portuguese manager and he has managed to reintegrate Dele Alli and Gareth Bale who has not been a part of this team for the majority of this campaign.