Tottenham Hotspur were in dreamland this time around six months ago, as they prepared for their first-ever Champions League Final in Madrid.
Fast forward to November and the Lilywhites are in turmoil, sitting closer to the relegation zone than the Champions League places in the Premier League table.
Spurs are currently in 14th position, well behind the likes of Chelsea, Man City, and Leicester City in those important top four spots.
Tottenham have just three wins all season in the league, none of them coming away from home, with the club sitting on 14 points out of a possible 36.
As such, the Daily Mail have now reported that insiders at the club doubt that Pochettino can turn things around in North London.
Three managers have apparently emerged as potential replacements for Daniel Levy, if he does choose to part ways with Poch.
Eddie Howe, Carlo Ancelotti, and Julian Nagelsmann are said to be the frontrunners for the job if it does become vacant in the near future.
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