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Daniel Levy Has Already Made a Decision on Jose Mourinho's Future at Tottenham

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Jose Mourinho has endured a torrid time in charge of Tottenham since the turn of the year
Jose Mourinho has endured a torrid time in charge of Tottenham since the turn of the year / Marc Atkins/Getty Images
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Jose Mourinho's future at Tottenham has reportedly already been decided by Daniel Levy, and he might not be at the club next season.

According to a report by Football London, there is a "growing feeling" within the club that Mourinho will not be a part of the north London side once the current season ends. The Portuguese struggled to keep Tottenham in the race for the Premier League title, and they now sit outside the top four, too.

However, they still have a chance to lift some silverware when they take on Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday. Spurs are seventh on the league table, five points off fourth place, and have played an extra game, ahead of Liverpool (sixth) and Chelsea (fifth).

Mourinho has also clashed with a number of players this season, and has criticised their ability to defend leads. The club's poor form has raised questions about the 58-year-old's future, with RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann touted as a replacement.

Recent reports have also claimed that Spurs are keeping an eye on Fulham boss Scott Parker, although, he is not in immediate contention to replace Mourinho. The report adds that Parker, who played at Tottenham between 2011 and 2013, has a lot of friends at the club.


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