TOTTENHAM failed to get revenge on Bayern Munich as they were beaten 3-1 in their final Group B clash in Germany.
Despite Ryan Sessegnon netting his first goal for the club, Mourinho's men were out-muscled by the Bundesliga champions – and the Special One remained unsatisfied with the young left-back's exploits.
Meanwhile, transfer news is in full swing, with Fenerbahce's Vedat Muriqi high on their wishlist to provide cover fro Harry Kane.
And Tottenham are set to open contract talks with Paulo Gazzaniga with the Argentine impressing since coming in for the injured Hugo Lloris.
Follow all the latest updates from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium below…
JOSE MOURINHO has revealed Giovani Lo Celso is not yet at a level where he can expect to start matches.
The Argentine midfielder joined Spurs on-loan in the summer with an option to buy, but has failed to hit the ground running.
And Mourinho has been brutally honest in his assessment of Lo Celso, conceding that at present he has better options to choose from.
He said: “Our squad is not a big squad in numbers, and he will start for sure because it's impossible to play all the time with the same players.
“It looks obvious the way Dele is playing, Sonny. In this moment they are one step ahead.
“I couldn't hide from you that we have a few players one step ahead because of performance. So you want to be objective and asks if he starts Sunday, no he doesn't.”
THE Premier League are losing the battle to prevent a behemoth new European Super League — being proposed by the Continent's top clubs.
Latest plans set out a ten-match group stage in a 32-team league, in a blueprint laid out to the European Club Association.
According to the Mail, the ECA have rejected the idea of four groups of eight teams and now want to go for one big league instead, with the top eight qualifying for a knock-out stage automatically.
The next 16 teams would then have to jump into a play-off, with eight progressing to the next round.
Premier League bosses would see a new European Super League as a massive threat to their £9billion cash cow.
JOSE MOURINHO is set to welcome back his big guns for this weekend's clash with Wolves after they were rested for the Champions League dead-rubber with Bayern Munich.
Harry Kane and Son Heung-min are set to be welcomed back as Spurs look to pick up where they left off in their 5-0 thumping of Burnley last weekend.
Here's how they could line-up…
TOTTENHAM landed a nightmare Champions League last-16 draw – paired with Paris Saint-Germain in our very own simulation.
Ahead of the upcoming draw, SunSport held our own ceremony – and it's bad news all-round for Premier League sides.
Spurs were paired with a Kylian Mbappe-inspired PSG, while Chelsea must battle past Barcelona.