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Tottenham CONFIRM Antonio Conte As New Manager (Full Details)

Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has sealed a return to the English Premier League as Tottenham confirms his appointment, MySportPlug reporting.

Spurs recently sacked Nuno Espirito Santo who was unable to produce results after an incredible start to the season which saw them crash at one certain point on the way.

Antonio Conte will now take over things as their new manager after reaching an agreement with Tottenham to sign a three-year deal as he will be taking over things today.

According to Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed an agreement has been reached with the Italian taking over things today as he will be introduced to all the players.

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He Said;

“Antonio Conte to Tottenham confirmed, and here we go”.

“The contract until June 2023 will be signed on Tuesday, the verbal agreement is now completed.

“Fabio Paraciti wanted him since June and changed Conte’s mind as he didn’t want to join any club during the season apart from Man United.

“Conte never had any official talks with Manchester United, he was only prepared to accept in case if they contacted him to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer which never happened.

“Antonio Conte already in London prepared to sign his contract as new Spurs manager.

He will be officially announced by Tottenham today and will be taking over things immediately with Tottenham as their Europa Conference League game is to happen this week.

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This comes as no shock with Manchester United still hoping and backing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Italian had to make the move to Spurs after talks with the club football director.

He will be giving up to €100 million to make more signings when the January window opens as he will be looking to bring in some names he trusts to get the job done when he resumes.

This might be the perfect fit for the London club who are looking to make top four this season following their poor campaign in 2020-21 which they didn’t make Europa League.

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