Tottenham Hotspur have picked up only 14 points from their last 10 league matches and suffered four defeats in the last five fixtures.

After three consecutive defeats, Harry Kane’s late goal at the Etihad helped his side clinch three points against Manchester City last weekend. This was followed by a 1-0 defeat to Burnley on Wednesday.

Following his side’s latest defeat, Antonio Conte admitted Spurs’ form is “unacceptable” and told the north London club that they may have to “make an assessment” about his position with them.

The former Chelsea manager has now emerged as an ‘alternative’ managerial target for Paris Saint-Germain, according to But! Football Club.

Mauricio Pochettino is currently in charge, but his future is likely to be away from Parc des Princes after this season. Zinedine Zidane is the main target to replace the Argentine and his agent, Alain Migliaccio, has ‘not closed the door’ for his client to join the Ligue 1 side.

It won’t be easy for PSG to bring in Zidane, who is now without a club, since he could be tempted to become Didier Deschamps’ successor at the France national team.

Faced with the complexity to hire the ex-Real Madrid boss, PSG leaders are ‘keeping a close eye’ on Conte. His contract at Tottenham lasts until 2023, but the relationship between the club’s management and the coach is ‘not ideal’.

If the Premier League side don’t ‘try harder in the few months’, most likely in the summer to bolster their squad, then Conte ‘won’t be afraid to pack his bags’. In the event he were to leave Tottenham, this would be a ‘great opportunity’ for PSG.

With Spurs ‘anticipating’ Conte’s possible ‘premature exit’, it’s said they could look at their former manager, Pochettino. The latter was at Tottenham between 2014 and 2019, and But! Football Club explain he is likely to leave PSG after this season.