Julian Nagelsmann considered as Mourinho's replacement
The Tottenham Hotspurs boss has lost eight out of 24 games in the Premier League and sit eight on the table.
Speculations of Julian Nagelsmann taking over Tottenham Hotspurs is heating up following Jose Mourinho poor run in the Premier League.
The Portuguese has lost six matches in their last eight matches.
The London club are ninth on the English League table, nine points from a Champions League spot.
The Daily Mail reports that Mourinho has been given four games to turn things around in order to keep managing Spurs starting from the second leg of the Europa League last-32 tie with Wolfsberger AC, Burnley, Fulham and Crystal Palace.
The Premier League club won by 4-1 against the German side in the first leg at the Puskas Arena and will look to qualify into the 1/16 stage with a home victory
Mourinho’s failure to define his team could lead to his exit as he keeps losing grip of Spurs.
The news outlet reports that the RB Leipzig boss has been identified as the successor of the 58-year old if he fails to get Tottenham Hotspurs to winning ways.