It’s now clear we won’t stop getting updates from the Italian media on the managers who could take charge of Tottenham Hotspur in the summer.
Local outlets have all been providing news on each of the coaches who have been linked to Spurs lately, and the latest piece is on the future of Antonio Conte.
Even though the former Chelsea boss has just won the Serie A with Inter Milan, his future with the Nerazzurri is still uncertain, and Sport Mediaset has something to say about it today.
They claim the conversations for the manager’s stay at the club have started last night and club chairman Steven Zhang must now ‘quickly convince’ the coach with a project so he can reject the chance to take charge of Tottenham.
It’s FCInter1908 who covers the claims, and the only thing they say about Spurs’ interest is that it’s ‘starting to make some noise’ in England.
Zhang’s attempts to get Conte to stay will be the ‘first step towards defining the framework’ of next season, with the issue coming to the fore ‘in the coming days’.
Earlier today, we’ve also seen ESPN journalist Gabriele Marcotti claiming that Conte doesn’t have a good reputation in England, and that could harm his chances of moving back to the Premier League.