Jose Mourinho has insisted that he is certain that he will leave a good legacy at Tottenham Hotspur.
Tottenham are struggling badly at the moment, especially in the Premier League.
The north London club have lost five times in their last six league games, and Mourinho is under tremendous pressure at the moment.
There have been reports that Mourinho’s job is under threat with Daniel Levy looking likely to sack the Portuguese if the results do not improve immediately.
Mourinho in his press conference has spoken about his cordial relationship with Levy and has suggested that he is determined to turn things around at Spurs.
He’s lost the plot
— . (@VTottenham) February 23, 2021
Win some matches then
— Adam (@adamwinterb) February 23, 2021
Take your finger out then and start doing it
— Dar McC (@darrell_mc) February 23, 2021
Excellent response José, let him clear out the player’s he and the club no long want and judge him on a season based on a defence he built playing the tactics wants.
— Thomas Cursley (@ThomasCursley) February 23, 2021
Already talking about being in the history of the club?
— JC-Corcaigh #Think32 (@Corcaigh35) February 23, 2021
Action speaks louder than words
— justinleong (@justinleong13) February 23, 2021
Back him until the end
— Ewan🏴 (@R6Onami) February 23, 2021
The Telegraph has claimed that RB Leipzig boss Julian Nagelsmann has emerged “at the top of a list of targets” to replace Mourinho if the dismal run of form continues.
Mourinho is a great manager and a proven winner. There is a feeling among the section of fans and pundits that he is struggling to get the best out of his players. Questions have even been raised about Mourinho’s team selection at times.
There are others who feel that the players are underperforming and that the manager can do nothing here. Mourinho wants to build a legacy at Spurs, but will he be given time like Jurgen Klopp to rebuild the club is a big question, especially when the results are poor.