Daniel Levy is too arrogant to walk away from Tottenham amid mounting criticism and calls for change from some fans.
That’s according to former Leeds United man Noel Whelan, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the scrutiny around Levy’s position.
Levy has been heavily criticised for his role in the European Super League plans that were ditched just days after they were proposed.
There have been several protests from other fans of the ‘big six’ Premier League sides with some demanding change at the top of the clubs they support.
Whelan claims Levy will never walk away from his position at Tottenham because he is too arrogant and likes the power he wields at the club.
“He’s got too much arrogance to walk away,” Whelan told Football Insider assistant editor Russell Edge.
“He likes being part of a big club like that, it gives him power that he’s tried to show in the wrong way by joining the Super League.
“You’ve got a lot of people there with a lot of money and a lot of power but not enough love and care for the fans who love the clubs properly.”
Tottenham got back to winning ways in the Premier League with victory over Southampton on Wednesday night as Ryan Mason got his first win as interim boss.
Spurs are five points off the top four as it stands after Chelsea secured a 1-0 win over fellow European challengers West Ham.