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Tottenham on verge of naming former Everton and Crystal Palace goal Nuno Espirito Santo as Jose Mourinho’s successor


Tottenham are ‘very assured’ of finalising a deal to make Nuno Espirito Santo their new supervisor, talkSPORT understands.

Spurs have continued talks with the previous Wolves boss this week, with an settlement in precept for Nuno to be named Jose Mourinho’s appointment.

Nuno left Wolves at the end of last season and set to make a swift return

Nuno left Wolves on the finish of final season and set to make a swift return

The 47-year-old had beforehand held talks with each Everton and Crystal Palace.

talkSPORT reporter Alex Criminal introduced the most recent on Nuno’s imminent appointment at Spurs on Wednesday’s White & Jordan present.

 “I’m reluctant to go too far over the road with Nuno Espirito Santo as at numerous phases he’s been the Crystal Palace supervisor in ready, the Everton supervisor in ready,” Criminal stated.

“We all know he’s been holding talks with Tottenham for a few weeks now. 

“It appeared earlier this week that Fenerbahce would attempt to hijack that deal, however I’m being informed this morning that Tottenham are very assured they may get this deal over the road.

The former Wolves boss is expected to be named Jose Mourinho’s successor

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The previous Wolves boss is predicted to be named Jose Mourinho’s successor

“Their non-international gamers, the gamers not concerned within the European Championship, are as a consequence of return to pre-season coaching on Monday. They hope to have Nuno Espirito Santo in situ by then.”

Tottenham’s new sporting director is known to have had a pivotal position in Nuno’s anticipated appointment at Spurs.

Criminal added: “This actually is an appointment being led by their new sporting director Fabio Paratici, who’s a long-term admirer of Nuno, courting again to his time in Italy.

“I believe Daniel Levy took a little bit little bit of convincing by Paratici that Nuno will play the engaging model of soccer Tottenham need.

“I’m undecided Tottenham followers are totally behind this one.”





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