Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is living with three of his coaches during self-isolation, as the Portuguese prepare for the return of the Premier League.
Mourinho has a home in Belgravia, close to Stamford Bridge, but according to Evening Standard, he is staying in a rented house in north London during the lockdown, along with goalkeeping coach Nuno Santos, tactical analyst Ricardo Formosinho and head of first-team performance Carlos Lalin.
The 57-year-old is staying in daily contact with the other members of his core staff, assistant manager Joao Sacramento and analyst Giovanni Cerra, as well as his players, via video link.
Mourinho’s new base is minutes from the homes of a number of his players and on Sunday he wished Dele Alli a happy 24th birthday from a safe distance after bumping into the midfielder.
The former Manchester United manager has been forced to admit he was wrong after organising an impromptu fitness session with record-signing Tanguy Ndombele on Hadley Common in Barnet last week which broke Government guidelines on social distancing.
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