Tottenham Chairman, Daniel Levy has reportedly decide to keep the team’s manager Jose Mourinho till the end of the season after Spurs’ 3-1 defeat to Manchester United on Sunday.
NEWSCASTARS.COM gathered from Voetbal 24 that the club hierarchy has decided to keep the Portuguese for next season simply because it will cost too much to sack him.
The Portuguese, who took over from Mauricio Pochettino in 2019, has been rumored to be sacked over poor performances by the team.
Tottenham were beaten convincingly by Manchester United on Sunday afternoon making their chances of finishing top this season slimmer.
Spurs still have the League Cup final to play which could be the only source of silverware this season.
Sacking the former Real Madrid and Internet Milan boss means that Spurs would have to fork out a whopping £34.8million.
The figure also includes payments to his backroom staff, who would also be set to follow him out of the door.