Jose Mourinho is not expected to be Tottenham manager at the start of next season, according to Football London.
Spurs look set to miss out on Champions League football after dropping yet more points in the Premier League against Everton on Friday night.
Mourinho could bring the club silverware for the first time in 13 years if the Londoners beat Manchester City in next week’s League Cup final.
But it seems even a trophy will not be able to mask the former Manchester United and Chelsea manager’s failings in north London.
Football London’s Alasdair Gold claims Mourinho is expected to leave Spurs ‘before next season begins’, suggesting there is a growing feeling at the club that there will be a change in the dugout this summer.
The report says it is unclear who his replacement will be, but RB Leipzig’s Julian Nagelsmann is name-checked as a possibility – although he is apparently a target for Bayern Munich.
In any case, it looks like Daniel Levy is set to swing his axe in the coming weeks, a decision that looks more and more sensible as the games go by.