Tottenham Hotspur have parted company with head coach Nuno Espirito Santo, according to the Daily Mail.
The 47-year-old was appointed as the successor to Jose Mourinho at the end of June when he signed a two-year deal to take over in North London.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy told supporters in a statement back in May that blamed the new stadium and coronavirus pandemic for the club losing sight of “what’s truly in our DNA” and promised a new head coach focused on “attacking and entertaining” football.
In reality, Spurs fans have witnessed the polar opposite of what was promised by Levy under the management of Nuno with the side having struggled in the Premier League which included comprehensive defeats at the hands of Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.
There has been little threat in the final third of the pitch with Harry Kane looking a shadow of his former self and those around him struggling to show any element of creativity in their play.
Ryan Mason could come in for a second spell as caretaker boss having covered last season when Jose Mourinho was dismissed.