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Antonio Conte ‘to be given £150m to spend by Tottenham with former Chelsea manager set to take over

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Antonio Conte ‘to be given £150MILLION transfer war chest by Tottenham’ with former Chelsea manager set to succeed sacked Nuno Espirito Santo

  • Tottenham have made their move to appoint Antonio Conte as manager 
  • They failed to persuade the Italian to take over as boss last summer 
  • They are on the verge of confirming a £13m-a-year, 18-month contract











Antonio Conte will reportedly be given a £150m transfer war chest to turn things around at Tottenham.  

Conte is on the verge of becoming the new Spurs manager after the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo.

As MailOnline exclusively revealed on Monday morning, Nuno was axed as Spurs head coach, the club confirming the Portuguese’s departure news just before 10am.

Antonio Conte will reportedly be given a £150m transfer war chest at Tottenham

Antonio Conte will reportedly be given a £150m transfer war chest at Tottenham 

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is ready to give huge financial backing to his new manager

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is ready to give huge financial backing to his new manager 

The club’s increasingly influential director of football Fabio Paratici has moved quickly to identify Nuno’s replacement with a deal in principle agreed for former Chelsea boss Conte.

It is understood Conte, who has a long-term relationship with Paratici, has been offered an 18 month contract with a pro-rata salary of around £13million, taking his overall earnings across the initial contract to close to £20m.

And he will be backed heavily in the transfer market, according to The Sun.  

Tottenham did not make any big signings in the summer but did manage to keep hold if Harry Kane. 

Their season has not gone to plan at all and they currently sit ninth after five defeats in their first 10 games. 

Tottenham made their move on Sunday night, hours before sacking Nuno Espirito Santo

Tottenham made their move on Sunday night, hours before sacking Nuno Espirito Santo

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