Report: Antonio Conte becomes new coach at Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur has probably already found a new team manager after the release of Nuno Espírito Santo: Antonio Conte!
The Premier League has back Antonio Conte. In any case, the usually well-informed TransferExperte Fabrizio Romano claims. Accordingly, the negotiations with the 52-year-old are completed, on Tuesday, the commitment should be officially made during the day. Previously, English media reported that the talks with Conte were very far.
According to Romano, the Spurs and Conte have already agreed verbally, shortly the signatures should take place. Conte was already traded as successor to the dismissed José Mourinho in the summer, but said then.
Now Tottenham Manager Fabio Paratici has apparently convinced the Italian to hire in North London.
Conte knows best in the English upper house. Between 2016 and 2018 he trained the FC Chelsea and became English master and English cup winner during this period.
According to information of the Sun Verdient Conte in the future approximately 17.7 million euros per year. But not enough.
According to the English newspaper, Conte was assured a princely transfer volume to get the team resident on the ninth table spot. Allegedly, over 175 million euros are available for purchases.
Tottenham Hotspur last no good hand
With this money, Conte should now make everything better than Nuno Espírito Santo. After only ten matchdays, the North London Club ended the misunderstanding with the Portuguese at the beginning of the week, which had been hired in summer after a long trainer search.
Since the Champions League final 2019, a curse on Tottenham seems to be charged. First, the North Londonians from Mauricio Pochettino, who - despite the traditionally conservative policy of the Spurs and the additional financial burden by the stadium new building - did not only belonged to the national peak, but had also catapulted him into the international top.
But then the bitter crash followed, in November 2019 was already fired. And soon José Mourinho, whose commitment was also a mistake. But with Conte everything should get better now.
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