Alasdair Gold has dropped an update on the future of Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte.
In a recent post on Twitter, the football.london journalist revealed that, following the news ENIC have made an additional £150m available for Tottenham’s summer transfer business, Daniel Levy is now confident that the 52-year-old will remain in charge of Spurs heading into the club’s 2022/23 campaign.
In his tweet, Gold said: “Want more good Spurs news? Understand the club are confident enough that Conte is happy about their ambition that Levy won’t be heading over to the meeting in Italy.”
Considering the astonishing turnaround Conte achieved at Tottenham following his appointment last November, Gold’s update suggesting that it now appears as if the Italian will be leading Spurs into their 2022/23 campaign is certain to be news that supporters will love.
Indeed, the 52-year-old rather miraculously managed to secure a top-four finish on the final day of the season, a feat that was widely unexpected upon his move to north London last year – when Tottenham were languishing down in ninth place in the Premier League standings.
The former Juventus, Italy and Inter Milan manager’s January signings also proved to be inspired, with both Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski becoming instant hits at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – with the duo ending the season as the club’s third and fourth-best performers in the top flight respectively according to SofaScore match ratings.
As such, considering the quite extraordinary results he has achieved already, the prospect of Conte being armed with a £150m war chest and a full pre-season in order to drill his players is certainly one that will excite everyone involved with the club – as the future of Tottenham appears extremely bright under the management of the Italian.