In fact, the breakup procedure…”Conte, ready to part with Tottenham”
Manager Antonio Conte is getting stronger to leave Tottenham Hotspur.
Conte took over as Tottenham manager midway through November last season. Coach Conte brought Tottenham up at once when it was not organized. He was the first to settle in the back 3, refined his defensive organization, and actively used Harry Kane and Son Heung-min in the attacking team to rise to 4th, leading the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) advancement.
However, Conte’s leadership this season has been on the cutting board. Plan A of the 3-4-3 formation was completely read by the opposing teams, and it is difficult to shake off its sluggishness, being evaluated as having no tactical flexibility. Tottenham recently lost 1-4 온라인바카라in the league match against Leicester City on the 12th (Korean time), and also lost 0-1 in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 against AC Milan on the 15th.
Conte’s current contract expires in June. Initially, Tottenham tried to renew the contract to continue to accompany Conte, but recently, as Conte’s sluggishness continued, the club is reluctant to renew the contract.
There is no indication of contract renewal. Reporter Gianluca Di Marzio, an expert on the Italian transfer market, has virtually declared a ‘breakup’ about Conte’s move. Di Marzio said: “Current circumstances suggest that Conte and Tottenham will part ways at the end of the season. The two are preparing to part ways.”
“Juventus continues to be an option for Conte’s next destination,” he added. Conte, who has been constantly rumored to return to Juventus, is more likely to return to Juventus if he quits as Tottenham manager.
Meanwhile, coach Conte is staying in Italy for rest and aftereffects of a cholecystitis surgery he recently received. Tottenham announced on its official website on the 16th, “Coach Conte will stay at home with his family to recover after undergoing regular checkups after surgery in Italy yesterday. Head coach Stellini will assume first-team duties.” . He did not return to England after the match against Milan and stayed in Italy. Conte, who is gradually moving away from Tottenham, is paying attention to the future.