Tottenham have reportedly asked former manager Mauricio Pochettino to take a pay cut on his Â£8.5million salary.
Pochettino was sacked by Spurs last year and replaced by Jose Mourinho, but is still being paid by the club as part of his severance package.
TottenhamÂ are now attempting to cut costs amid theÂ coronavirusÂ crisis and hope their ex-boss can play his part.
According to the Daily Mail, chairman Daniel Levy has opened talks with Pochettino over a restructuring of his salary.
The club are also looking to strike deals with the Argentine's backroom staff, including coaches Jesus Perez, Miguel D'Agostino and Antoni Jimenez.
Tottenham also remain in talks with Mourinho and his playing staff over a potential pay cut as they face further uncertainty over if and when the Premier League season will resume.
Top-flight clubs will discuss how best to complete the season at a meeting on Friday, when a proposal to finish the campaign by June 30 is expected to be put forward.