Tottenham Hotspur have relieved Jose Mourinho of his managerial duties.
The announcement is coming just some hours after the Premier League club declared their intentions and plans to become part of a European Super League.
Jose Mourinho gets sacked as Tottenham manager
The Portuguese manager had been in charge of Spurs since November 2019, taking over from Argentine Mauricio Pochettino.
The 58-year-old had an original deal with the club from North London due to run until the end of the 2023 season.
When Mourinho took over Tottenham Hotspur, the club was languishing in 14 in the league table. However, he came in and led them to sixth, securing them a place in Europe with Europa League football.
The club has had a terribly underwhelming second half of the Premier League season, as well as a dismal failure in the Europa League. The team sits seventh in the table, five points behind the Champions League places.
First-team coaches Ryan Mason and Chris Powell will take charge for the remainder of the campaign.