Jose Mourinho‘s job as Tottenham manager is reportedly safe until at least the end of the season despite the club’s current crisis of form.
Spurs are in terrible form having lost four of their last five games.
However, according to the Mirror, Mourinho’s position is not up for discussion at the club until at least the summer, with the Portuguese still impressing chairman Daniel Levy, who appointed him in November 2019 on a £15million-per-year deal.
Mourinho replaced the sacked Mauricio Pochettino at the club following the Argentine’s own poor domestic run of form stretching across much of the year.
But Mourinho has also started to fall out with key first-team stars this season.
Although Spurs’ title hopes are all but finished just a month after topping the table.
Spurs face a tricky run of games in the top flight though, with a trip next to Manchester City.
A chance of lifting silverware is tantalisingly close after reaching April’s Carabao Cup final.
In addition they remain in the Europa League, which could also bag them a Champions League spot come the end of the season.