Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has said he will stand by manager Jose Mourinho next season.
The Daily Express reports that Levy has already reportedly decided that he will have to stick by his club’s boss next season because it will cost too much to fire him. The Portuguese tactician is under significant pressure at Spurs just over 18 months after replacing Mauricio Pochettino in the hot-seat in November 2019.
Mourinho made a vow to deliver silverware, something he still have time to achieve this season but as things stand, Tottenham seems to be going nowhere under his watch.
They were beaten on Sunday convincingly in the end by Manchester United, with Spurs on course to qualify for the Europa League.
Tottenham still have the League Cup final on the horizon, while there is still brief hope they can finish atleast in the European competition spots.
It has previously been reported that Levy will pull the trigger should Mourinho fail to qualify for Europe’s elite club competition.