Wolves boss Nuno watched by Tottenham Supreme Leader Daniel Levy amid Jose Mourinho uncertainty

Special One is under pressure to deliver Champions League football

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Tottenham are keeping an eye on Nuno Espirito Santo as they see him as a potential replacement for Jose Mourinho.
The Special One are under pressure to offer Champions League football in north London and failure to do so could cost them their job.

Tottenham president Daniel Levy is an admirer of Wolves boss, who led his team up for promotion in 2018 before successively clinching seventh place.

Nuno is under contract in Molineux until 2023 but has always been linked with moves.

Wolves have given up on that tenure and look set to end up in the bottom half, but Nuno’s reputation remains high.

Nuno Espirito Santo is seen as Tottenham’s next manager
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Reports earlier this year claimed Nuno had asked his agent Jorge Mendes – also Mourinho’s agent – to look for another club.

Levy previously poached managers from Premier League rivals to great effect – Harry Redknapp and Mauricio Pochettino are two examples.

Nuno’s compensation package for leaving the wolves will likely cost around £ 8million.

However, Mourinho could still save his season with a late charge and a Carabao Cup victory.

Special One is under pressure to deliver Champions League football
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Tottenham lost 3-1 to Manchester United on Sunday as they led at halftime, the latest in a long list of points lost at the top.

They now find themselves six points behind West Ham in fourth with seven games to go.

A Wembley final against Manchester City could still end a trophic drought dating back to 2008, but European qualification still seems to be the number one priority.

However, winning the Carabao Cup would only be enough for a place in the UEFA Europa Conference League – not considered top competition.

Tottenham have also been linked with Brendan Rodgers of Leicester City and Julian Nagelsmann at RB Leipzig.

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