JOSE MOURINHO has given his first press conference as Spurs boss.
The Portuguese signed up for Tottenham yesterday after a whirlwind 12 hours which saw Mauricio Pochettino getting the boot.
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JOSE MOURINHO wants to begin his Tottenham revolution by signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic, according to reports.
The former Manchester United forward will be available on a free transfer in January after his LA Galaxy deal officially expires.
According to The Telegraph, The Special One is a considering a move for the 38-year-old to bolster his attacking options.
The Portuguese boss worked alongside Ibrahimovic at Inter Milan before he signed him for Manchester United in 2018.
During his time at Old Trafford, the Swedish striker racked up an impressive 26 goals in 46 appearances.
And he showed no signs of slowing down for LA Galaxy as he scored 52 goals in 53 starts.
UNAI EMERY has revealed he has been left surprised that Spurs sacked Mauricio Pochettino and replaced him with Jose Mourinho.
He said: “I think it’s a surprise how it finished with Pochettino. I don’t know exactly why and how it’s going to change their performance.
“[Jose] is a very good coach, his career is strong with titles and experience and I think also Pochettino working in Tottenham was amazing.”
Asked whether he was surprised by Poch's axing, he said: “Yes, for me it was a surprise.
“Maybe the last matches they didn’t achieve a good result but in the last year with Pochetinno was perfect.
“They decided to change and I don’t know the reason but we have our way and they have their way. We want to keep that distance [ahead of them in the Premier League table].”
TOTTENHAM chiefs left Mauricio Pochettino furious when installing Amazon documentary cameras in his office – days after refusing his request to buy some HIMSELF for training purposes.
The 'All Or Nothing' flick was announced earlier in the season and will now switch its focus from sacked coach Poch to Jose Mourinho.
As part of the deal to replace the Argentine, Mourinho will have had to agree to letting Amazon cameras have intense access to his running of the club.
But it was a row over the flick with chairman Daniel Levy that helped spark Pochettino's falling out with the club.
Daily Mail report that the former manager asked for £80,000 worth of cameras to be installed around his training pitch to evaluate sessions.
Despite that seeming like a fairly minor amount of money for a club like Spurs, the request was refused – even when Poch offered to pay for them himself.
And the coach was pushed over the limit when Amazon were given the green light to install cameras in his personal office. They were reportedly worth a similar amount to the ones he wanted.