Tottenham Should Consider Giving Conte a New Contract

Conte’s Days At Tottenham Numbered As Levy Holds Urgent Talks

Reports suggest that Tottenham Hotspur are considering sacking their manager, Antonio Conte, during the international break following his outburst after their 3-3 draw against Southampton on Saturday. According to the Telegraph, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is holding talks to decide how to deal with the situation.

It has been reported that Levy spoke to Conte after the match before the Spurs boss returned to Italy for a short break. The chairman is now said to be considering whether Conte will be able to get the best out of his players after openly criticizing them. Should the decision be taken to sack Conte, it is thought that Ryan Mason could be appointed as a temporary boss until the end of the season.

Conte's Days At Tottenham Numbered As Levy Holds Urgent Talks |
Conte’s Days At Tottenham Numbered As Levy Holds Urgent Talks

A number of permanent candidates are reportedly being considered for the role, including former Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino, former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique, ex-Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel, and current Fulham manager Marco Silva. Tottenham’s next match is against Everton on April 3, which gives Levy time to make a decision on Conte’s future.

The club is currently in fourth place in the Premier League, two points above Newcastle, but having played two more games than the Magpies.

Conte’s rant after the Southampton game reportedly left some Tottenham players stunned, and some of the squad even want the Italian to be sacked following his comments. In his outburst, Conte criticized his team for not playing under pressure or stress, claiming that they do not play for something important. He also questioned why Tottenham had not won anything in the last 20 years, blaming the club’s leadership for the lack of success.

It remains to be seen whether Tottenham will take the decision to sack Conte during the international break, but it is clear that the situation is being closely monitored by the club’s hierarchy. Should the Italian be let go, the search for his replacement is likely to be a major talking point in the coming weeks.

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