Speculation about the future of Antonio Conte has become one of the things that has caught the attention in recent months, even though he has not been in charge of Tottenham Hotspur for a season, he has started to be linked with the club’s exit.
The latest news says that he has the opportunity to be Mauricio Pochettino’s successor at Paris Saint-Germain, although it turns out that so far there has been no contact or negotiation between the two parties.
PSG’s interest in Conte has made the club’s board begin to move quickly to find a new coach, according to the Telegraph report, the London club are eyeing Italy’s national team tactician, Roberto Mancini.
The English Premier League competition is indeed not foreign to Mancini, previously he was in charge of Manchester City from 2009 to 2013. At that time he successfully presented the English League and FA Cup.
As additional information, so far Conte doesn’t want to think about plans to leave for PSG, the Italian man is determined to help Harry Kane et al finish in the top four before finally discussing the future with the club board at the end of the season.
It is worth waiting for which coach Spurs will choose if Conte leaves, besides Mancini, the London club is also reportedly considering Graham Potter, who is currently managing Brighton.