Jose Mourinho has not had it good during his time in charge of Tottenham since the turn of the year.
And now the powers that be at Spurs are not expecting the former Chelsea boss to remain in charge beyond the end of the current season, according to reports.
Mourinho will have the opportunity to provide the north London club with their first trophy since 2008 in the Carabao Cup final later this month.
Tottenham's poor form since the turn of the year has cast the 58-year-old's future in doubt, with RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann among a number of candidates to have been mentioned in connection with a potential vacancy at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
There is a ‘growing belief' that the Portuguese boss will be relieved of his duties at the end of the current campaign, according to football.london.
The report highlights a number of fatal flaws that have damaged Mourinho's reputation within the club, including his treatment of the likes of Dele Alli and Gareth Bale.
Mourinho's characteristic style of play is said to be another stumbling block causing unrest within Tottenham's ranks.
It remains to be seen whether Levy will decide to pull the trigger before the start of next season, with Mourinho's likely failure to achieve Champions League qualification threatening to put an end to his stay in north London.
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