- Nuno Espirito is staring at an uncertain future only months after he was appointed Tottenham manager
- The Portuguese was appointed to the role as a permanent replacement for his countryman Jose Mourinho
- However, with Tottenham managing just five wins in 10 matches, he could be shown the exit door
- The ex-Wolves boss is understood to have held crisis talks with Spurs chiefs after the Man United loss
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly considering sacking Nuno Espirito as manager following their defeat to Man United at the weekend.
Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, and Marcus Rashford were enough to help Man United beat Spurs 3-0 in north London.
The result is understood to have left Espirito under immense pressure just months after he was appointed to the role.
The Sun reports the tactician has since held crisis talks with Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to discuss his future.
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According to the publication, Levy must now decide whether to fire Nuno who has picked just five wins from their opening five Premier League matches.
Should the north London club reach the decision of sacking Nuno now, the former Wolves boss would go down as the shortest-serving manager in the history of Tottenham.
French boss Jacques Santini currently holds that record having been relieved of his duties after just 155 days back in November 2004.
Meanwhile, Nuno's uncertain future with Spurs comes only days after he was booed by the club's support base who called for his sacking.
The 47-year-old was appointed to the role in the summer and has been in charge for 17 games.
Tottenham currently find themselves sitting eighth on the log with 15 points, five off a top-four place.
Solskjaer gives perfect response to fan who insulted him during Tottenham win
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that despite masterminding a vital win at Tottenham Hotspur, Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not spared by a section of fans who abused him as he had his post-match interview.
But even as he faced an uncertain future, Ole still managed to lead his team to a thrilling win at Tottenham on Saturday, October 30.
Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Edinson Cavani, and Marcus Rashford handed United a crucial victory to ease pressure on their manager.
However, a section of fans who turned up to cheer the team in north London were still not contented with the win as they shouted down Solskjaer as he had his post-match interview with MUTV.