After Tottenham Hotspur have appointed Antonio Conte as their new manager with an 18-month contract. Spurs have decided to sack Nuno Espirito Santo. The position, although only recently brought him as a manager on the summer.
Giving after a poor performance, including a defeat to Manchester United in the latest game,
however, ” Tottenham Hotspur” did not wait to find someone to take over. And talk to Conte who was the first target. them last summer
They reached a preliminary agreement quickly.
Before the Italian arrives in London on Monday to settle the rest of the details. and sign a contract today (Tue).
Conte will take over as Spurs boss on an 18-month contract with an option. extension and is expected to earn about 13 million pounds per year.
“I’m very happy to be back to work as a coach. And has been working with the club in the Premier League with a goal to become big again, “Conte told the club website.
” Tottenham have the facilities excellent and has one of the best stadiums in the world “
” I’m patient. I can’t wait to start my work to convey the passion, mind and determination that have been in me since I was a player until I became a coach. To the club and the fans “.
“Last summer we didn’t work together because I had recently parted ways with Inter and left too much emotion from the end of last season. I don’t feel like it’s a good fit for me to return as a coach,
but Daniel Levy’s enthusiasm and commitment to wanting to delegate this job to me already resonated with me. Now that opportunity has returned and I have chosen to take the opportunity with great confidence.”
Fabio Paratici, director of the team, said: “We welcome Antonio to the club, his history is indicative, he has a lot of experience and trophies in both Italy and England,”
he said. at Juventus and looking forward to seeing him work with our talented group of players.” The
52-year-old started out as Siena’s assistant coach in 2005 before taking charge of the club. Arezzo, Bari, Atalanta and returned to Siena, then became Juventus manager in 2011
, leading Juventus to the league title in 2011/12. Will win more league titles in the next two seasons and score a record 102 points in a single season.
He then took charge of the Tali national team in 2014 and guided the team to the quarter-finals at Euro 2016 before leaving the team and returning to work at club level.
Conte joined Chelsea as manager in 2016 and led the team to a Premier League title in his first season. followed by the FA Championship Cup the following season and retire that year.
He returned to Italy to take over at Inter before leading the club to a successful league title last season. Including being a runner-up in the Europa League in the 2019-20 season.