Wolves announced on Friday that Nuno is set to depart the club after their final game of the season on Sunday after four successful years at the Molineux.
Previous reports had indicated that the Portuguese coach has admirers among the Tottenham hierarchy, who are still on the lookout for a manager to replace Jose Mourinho.
Daniel Levy and co sacked Mourinho back in late April and decided to hand the interim head coach role to Ryan Mason while they searched for a new permanent successor to the Special One.
Gold had previously revealed that the former Porto boss was not one of the candidates on Tottenham’s shortlist and the journalist has now taken to social media to reiterate the claim.
Pitt-Brooke has also ruled out any chance of Nuno landing the Tottenham job this summer after leaving Wolves, despite the Spurs job still being vacant.
For those many people asking, as I said previously and it's still the case, I understand Nuno Espirito Santo is not a candidate for Spurs' vacant managerial role.
— Alasdair Gold (@AlasdairGold) May 21, 2021
Lots of talk about Nuno Espirito Santo and Tottenham this afternoon. He’s not going to be the next Spurs head coach.
— Jack Pitt-Brooke (@JackPittBrooke) May 21, 2021
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