Tottenham is expected to appoint Antonio Conte, the former Chelsea manager, as their next manager on Tuesday. Following Nuno Espirito Santo’s dismissal after four months in command, chairman Daniel Levy and managing director Fabio Paratici met with the Italian on Monday.
While an agreement has yet to be completed, there are no outstanding obstacles, and Conte, 52, is anticipated to begin training soon. In May, only weeks after winning Serie A, the Italian left Inter Milan.
At Chelsea, he won the Premier League and the FA Cup, but he was fired in July 2018 after a dismal second season in command. From 2011 to 2014, he was the manager of Juventus, winning three Serie A titles, and from 2014 to 2016, he was the coach of the Italian national team.
In the summer, when Tottenham was looking for a replacement for Jose Mourinho, Conte spoke with the club on several occasions.
Source: BBC Sport