Nuno Espirito Santo left Wolves by mutual consent at the end of the season after a four-year tenure at Molineux; the Portuguese has also held discussions with Everton over their vacant managerial post following the departure of Carlo Ancelotti
Nuno Espirito Santo is no longer expected to become Crystal Palace’s new manager after talks over a deal broke down on Tuesday night.
Sky Sports News understands that negotiations collapsed over finances surrounding the deal.
The 47-year-old left Wolves by mutual consent at the end of the season and was close to being appointed as Roy Hodgson’s successor at Selhurst Park.
Hodgson departed his boyhood club after four years in charge and guided the Eagles to a 14th-placed finish in the top flight in his final season.