José Mourinho is living low hours at Tottenham. This day comes to draw with Newcastle and to uncover the critical environment that lives inside the dressing room. At the moment the Spurs are sixth in the standings, which does not leave the Portuguese coach in a good place. The great goal of the coach is to get the team into Champions positions. Everything else will be a failure.
That is what Daniel Levy, president of the club, asked Mourinho when he accepted the position. And a clause signed at that time would have the former Madrid coach on the ropes. This clause would make him receive a much lower amount if he is fired and does not qualify for the Champions League.
If so and Tottenham are left out of the Champions League, Mourinho would not receive the 40 million euros corresponding to the two-year payment that it still has with the London club. If Tottenham ends up out of the European competition and Levy wants to do without the services of his coach must pay an amount of around 12 million euros. A fairly manageable amount.
For some time now, there has been talk about the possible departure of Mou from the English team, and one of the drawbacks that was talked about is a high settlement. Something similar to what already happened to Tottenham with their previous coach, Mauricio Pochettino. This time Levy has an ace up his sleeve …