Premier League side Tottenham are looking to hand a massive contract to manager Antonio Conte during the FIFA World Cup break.
La Repubblica have reported about the situation of the Italian, claiming that the club’s ownership has already made the first moves to hand him a new deal and the first attempt has been made to hold talks over it. To avoid losing the manager at the end of the season, Daniel Levy is ready to hand him a deal of €20 million per season till the summer of 2025- an improvement on the €15 million per season that he currently gets. Levy is willing to hand him a transfer budget of €200 million over the two-year period as well.
While Conte is enjoying his time at Spurs, he isn’t someone who coaches in the long-term – apart from his stint at Juventus. Conte’s gaze is currently set at Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain. Carlo Ancelotti isn’t sure about his future and there is talk of Christophe Galtier’s relationship with the French side breaking down.
As things stand, the idea of coaching Juventus doesn’t appeal to the manager. Spurs are hoping that they can tie Conte down to a deal during the World Cup break and they are willing to guarantee him extra revenue from the Google sponsorship as well.