Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has a £10million buy-out clause included into his current deal at the club, The Sun reports.
The 44-year-old has enjoyed a very successful campaign and are heavy contenders to beat Premier League leaders Leicester City to the title.
His side are currently sitting second on the table, five points behind the Foxes with both teams having seven matches left to play before the season comes to an end.
Chelsea and Manchester United are amongst the teams linked with a move for Pochettino following Spurs’ rise into the top four.
However, the Argentine boss, who doesn’t have an agent, is believed to have agreed the £10million clause with club chairman Daniel Levy in bids of warding away potential suitors.
He previously revealed that he is happy with his role at White Hart Lane, but Levy isn’t prepared to take the risk and is ready to hand him an improved contract.