Antonio Conte could join Tottenham after the north London club made a £17m-a-year
contract offer to try and convince Antonio Conte to move to north London and have
reportedly offered the Inter boss an enormous salary that dwarfs his current pay packet.
Despite guiding Inter to the Serie A title this season, reports emerged on Monday
that the 51-year-old had become disillusioned with the club’s financial situation –
and a likely lack of investment this summer – and could leave within 48 hours.
But now Italian newspaper La Stampa claims there is a different reason motivating
Conte to leave: a mammoth offer to return to the Premier League with Spurs.
Although Spurs will be playing in the Europa Conference League next season, while
Inter are in the Champions League, Conte feels Tottenham have put forward a convincing
proposal. Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has proposed a contract offer worth as much
Inter may yet be able to convince Conte to stay, but the Italian club are pushing forward
with a squad-wide salary cut and are expected to cash in on at least one key player –
something which has left Conte disenchanted.
Conte enjoyed living in London when in charge of Chelsea and is open to a return