“He won’t leave” – Club president bargains blow on Mourinho’s odds of landing top man
Jose Mourinho landed at Tottenham Hotspur arranged and prepared with his private alcove staff on Wednesday morning upon his arrangement as lead trainer.
Joao Sacramento, Carlos Lalin, Nuno Santos, Ricardo Formosinho and Giovanni Cerra are Spurs’ new Assistant Head Coach, Fitness Coach, Goalkeeper Coach, Tactical Analyst and Technical Analyst separately.
Santos and Sacramento exchanged the Lille hole for Tottenham’s, and there are discussions another top man from the Ligue 1 outfit could be connecting up with Mourinho at North London soon.
Lille’s Sporting Director Luis Campos is said to be available to turning into Spurs’ Director of Football given his association with the new chief, in any case, the club’s President Gerard Lopez has precluded a move.
“Luis and I, we are partners yet over all companions, and we are taking a shot at an undertaking together with an enormous direction,” he disclosed to RMC Sport (by means of GFFN)
“Furthermore, the venture is a long way from wrapped up. He won’t leave the club. He remains with us.”
Campos, 55, has been at Lille since 2017, helping them come back to the Champions League after they completed in runner up last term.
He has been answerable for uncovering a portion of Europe’s best gifts in Kylian Mbappe, Nicolas Pepe, James Rodriguez, Anthony Martial, Fabinho, Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy, and Spurs could do with his quality administrations going ahead.
They as of now have Rebecca Caplehorn functioning as executive of football tasks, with Steve Hitchen being their main scout, while director Daniel Levy plays a focal job in moves, and it is not yet clear if Tottenham are hoping to change that structure.
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