A clause saves Mou

As revealed by The Athletic, Tottenham did not include any clause in the case of wanting to break the Portuguese's contract, which ends in June 2023.


Four defeats in the last five Premier League matches have not alarmed Tottenham, who still have Jose Mourinho as the project leader for the present and for the future. This was demonstrated in November 2019, when they signed the Portuguese as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino with a long-term contract until the end of the 2022-23 season. With the 'Spurs' in ninth position in the standings - four points behind the Champions League access positions - Mourinho's goal is to achieve a title that ends the club's drought: they haven't touched metal since the Copa de the League they conquered in 2008. This year they have the option of repeating in the same competition, as on April 25 they will face Manchester City at Wembley ... in what will be a new Mou-Pep in the most Tottenham's decisive since the Champions League final in Madrid.

The trust of Londoners in Mourinho is such that, as revealed by The Athletic through journalist David Ornstein, Tottenham did not include any clause in the Portuguese contract. This means that, having no option to break up, the 'Spurs' would have to agree with Mou an amount of compensation if they decide to do without their services before June 2023. Taking into account that he is one of the best paid technicians ( around 16 million euros a year), his dismissal could be very expensive for Daniel Levy. Tottenham are tied to Mourinho. More than a year after his arrival, the 'Spurs' are still looking for their first title.

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