Will Tottenham go for ANOTHER ex-Chelsea manager? Maurizio Sarri has been linked with replacing Jose Mourinho … as the Special One is under pressure over his Spurs future
- Jose Mourinho’s future at Tottenham has been questioned following the recent form
- Spurs have seen their European hopes take a hit and are six points behind in fourth place
- Maurizio Sarri is currently without a club who left Juventus last summer
According to reports, Maurizio Sarri could be lining up to replace Jose Mourinho as Tottenham boss.
Mourinho’s future at Spurs has been called into question after a string of poor results and a string of outbursts against his own players.
The Portuguese saw his side lose even more ground in the top four this weekend after ditching a 1-0 lead to lose 3-1 at home to former club Manchester United.
Tottenham could name Maurizio Sarri (above) if they said goodbye to Jose Mourinho
And now, according to Rai Sports, the powers are already looking for possible replacements, with Sarri high on that list.
The Italian television channel, according to Sports witness, reports that the North London club is looking at the former Chelsea boss and ‘would like him to replace Jose Mourinho’. However, they acknowledge that no formal approach has yet been taken with the coach’s agent, Fali Ramadani.
Sarri is without a club saying goodbye to Juventus last summer, despite leading the Turin side to the Scudetto – their ninth consecutive title.
It’s similar to the way he left Chelsea last season and said goodbye to the company despite winning the Europa League and reaching a Champions League finish.
The same source also claims that Napoli is interested in bringing Sarri back to southern Italy, with Gennaro Gattuso seemingly heading out.
The Portuguese seemed annoyed by recent outbursts against his own players
Mourinho is currently under scrutiny after a 10th defeat of the season in the Premier League.
The 58-year-old lashed out at his own players after failing to hold their 2-1 advantage against Newcastle on April 4, claiming it was a case of ‘the same coach, different players’ when asked why his side failed. to watch matches – something that was recognized as a specialty of Mourinho during his time at Chelsea.
Spurs are currently seventh in the league table, six points behind West Ham in fourth place – the last Champions League spot.
Tottenham’s top-four expectations took a hit over the weekend when they were beaten by Man United