Jose Mourinho hits out at Tottenham owner Daniel Levy for sacking him just 6 times in advance of ‘dream’ Carabao Cup remaining… as he tells wantaway star striker Harry Kane to ‘play where he is happy’ amid exit plans
- Jose Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham in April amid a bad run of outcomes
- Mourinho has hit out at Daniel Levy for firing him in establish-up to Carabao Cup remaining
- The Portuguese manager promises the chance to lead Spurs to a trophy was a ‘dream’
- The Roma manager has informed Harry Kane to ‘play where he is happy’ amid exit plans
Jose Mourinho has hit out at Tottenham owner Daniel Levy for sacking him just times in advance of Spurs were being thanks to engage in in the Carabao Cup remaining with Manchester City.
The iconic Portuguese manager was sacked just 6 times in advance of the Wembley showpiece remaining, which Spurs would go on to reduce 1- in interim manager Ryan Mason’s very first match in demand of the north Londoners.
Mourinho was fired by Levy for a bad run of outcomes which in the long run denied Tottenham a location in the Champions League and Europa League competitions, but uncovered the chance to earn a trophy with Spurs was a ‘dream’ for him.
Jose Mourinho (still left) has slammed Tottenham owner Daniel Levy (suitable) about his sacking in April
Levy dismissed the iconic Portuguese manager just 6 times in advance of the Carabao Cup remaining
In an job interview with James Corden, via The Sun, the fifty eight-calendar year-previous manager explained: ‘If you want to be proactive you can ask me how quite a few trophies I have won in my career — 25 and a 50 %. The 50 % is the remaining I didn’t engage in with Tottenham.
‘To have a chance to earn a trophy with a club that isn’t going to have quite a few, that was a desire.’
The Carabao Cup was Spurs’ most effective chance to earn a trophy this period but failure to beat Pep Guardiola’s City usually means the 13-calendar year wait around for a trophy goes on.
Mourinho suggests the chance to lead Spurs to a very first trophy due to the fact 2008 would have been a ‘dream’
Spurs’ disappointing campaign has also raised uncertainties about the potential of star striker Harry Kane, who ended the time period as the Premier League’s leading goalscorer and help maker with 23 profitable strikes and sixteen lay-offs.
Kane, who enjoys a profitable partnership with Spurs’ South Korean winger Son Heung-Min, has informed Spurs that he wishes a move absent from the club this summer months and has been strongly joined to Guardiola’s City.
Mourinho has informed his previous striker to ‘play where he is happy’ – which the Portuguese manager believes is in England’s leading-flight.
Mourinho (still left) has informed Spurs’ Harry Kane (suitable) to ‘play where he is happy’ amid exit plans
The ex-Spurs manager extra: ‘He is just one of the leading strikers in the environment. I did enjoy it (performing with him) really a lot. I appreciate his partnership with Son.
‘I consider he has to engage in where he is delighted. And I consider he is delighted in England. He is a really Premier League man.’
Spurs are still to discover a total-time alternative for Mourinho following Mason’s short spell as momentary mentor, possessing failed in their pursuits for Mauricio Pochettino, Brendan Rodgers and Antonio Conte.
Meanwhile, Mourinho has currently decided his upcoming vacation spot in soccer and will take about the reigns at Serie A side AS Roma from upcoming period.