Simon Jordan says Tottenham fans have no chance of ousting chairman Daniel Levy and the club’s owners.
Some supporters protested against the Spurs regime at the weekend amid discontent over the direction of the club.
Speaking on Talksport, former Crystal Palace owner Jordan insisted those protests are unlikely to have an effect.
Jordan said: “Who’s going to write a cheque out for Tottenham?
“If someone wants to pay two and a half billion quid for Tottenham, maybe they (owner Joe Lewis) will (sell). But there’s not anybody queuing for that opportunity right now.
“The idea that you’re going to shout Daniel out – he has the hind of a rhino.
“Alright fans, noise is important, but sometimes the right noise. If you start crying wolf all the time, every single time you don’t like something, people will just end up calling you Peter.”
But Jordan added that fans do have reason to be unhappy given Spurs’ decline in the last couple of years.
Since reaching the Champions League final under Mauricio Pochettino, the club have seemed to move backwards – and the appointment of Jose Mourinho as manager did not work out well.
“They made a rod for their own back,” Jordan said.
“You put yourself at a level of success where you’re knocking at the door and the door needs to be opened and you pull back.
“Then you bring Mourinho in. That was either going to fly or die, and it died on the vine because Mourinho wasn’t the right figure.”