FilGoal | News | To lead Tottenham? Nuno Santo to leave Wolverhampton at the end of the season


Wolverhampton announced today, Friday, that its Portuguese coach Nuno Espirito Santo has left the team at the end of this season.

With this, the 47-year-old Santo will lead the Wolves for the last time against Manchester United on Sunday in the final round of the Premier League.

The end of a four-year journey in which Santo, a former coach of Porto, Valencia and Rio Ave, made 198 matches for Wolverhampton, winning 96 of them and losing 56.

Santo worked as a goalkeeper coach in a technical apparatus led by former Zamalek coach Jozwaldo Ferreira, in Malaga and Panathinaikos.

Reports said Santo, the former goalkeeper for Deportivo La Coruna and Porto, is a candidate to lead Tottenham, who earlier dismissed coach Jose Mourinho.

Ryan Mason leads Tottenham on a temporary basis until the end of this season.


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