If Nuno Espirito Santo fails to lead Tottenham to a top-six finish in the Premier League, the club can reportedly sack him in the summer without having to pay any compensation.
Spurs’ 2-1 victory over Aston Villa on Sunday relieved the pressure on the Portuguese after a run of three straight Premier League defeats, including a humiliating north London derby setback at Arsenal eight days ago.
Spurs are now in eighth place, just four points behind leaders Chelsea, but according to The Athletic, even if the season does not go according to plan, the club has a condition in their manager’s contract that favors them.
According to the article, if Nuno fails to assist Spurs secure European football next season, they may fire him midway through his two-year deal without having to pay him.
Source: Daily Mail