Tottenham Hotspur: Fabrizio Romano reveals what Levy and Paratici have told Conte

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Fabrizio Romano has been speaking on the Here We Go podcast about Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur future.

Antonio Conte’s Tottenham Hotspur future was very briefly thrown up in the air last week as reports suggested that Mauricio Pochettino could be set for the sack at PSG, and Conte was said to be open to the possibility of replacing the Argentine.

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However, the way Conte spoke of his pride that come near the end of the season Spurs could still finish in the top four despite where they were and the results they had when he first took over, would suggest that he’s very happy in London.

Romano has now revealed what Fabio Paratici and Daniel Levy have said to Conte about his Spurs future.

(15:30) “It is very important to say that for Antonio Conte, the message he’s receiving from the Tottenham board from Daniel Levy and from Fabio Paratici, from the whole Tottenham board, is that they want to continue together, Tottenham will do their best to keep Antonio Conte.”

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TIF Thoughts on Conte’s future…

If Spurs can leapfrog Arsenal and finish in the top four there would appear to be very little reason for Conte to leave Tottenham this summer as he would have done an incredible job from where they were under Nuno Espirito Santo, and could push them on even further up the table next season.

As well, it would surely be expected that Conte will get backed in the summer transfer market as the two signings he brought in were Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusveski who have become regulars under the Italian and been part of their good run of form this turn of the year that’s seen them push for the top four.

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