Tottenham manager Antonio Conte He said he plans to discuss his future with the club at the end of his contract this summer, but the Italian has acknowledged that he may want to fire him sooner after the Spurs leave AC Milan on Wednesday. Champions League.
Spurs booed after chase They drew 0-0 against Milan.ended the club’s hopes of winning trophies this season. Conte’s team were eliminated from the FA Cup by Sheffield United last week, and despite their fourth-place finish in the Premier League, it has been suggested that the Spurs better part ways now, given the environment around the club.
When asked about his future after the club’s departure from the Champions League, Conte said: “I have a contract with Tottenham and Tottenham knows very well what my thoughts are”. “We will meet at the end of the season and decide.
“We have to finish the season now. I have a contract until June and I am happy to work with Tottenham. The club knows very well my thoughts and my vision for my situation.”
However, Conte admitted to Italian television that the Spurs may decide to part ways, with only 12 games left in the Premier League season. “You never know, the club might want to get rid of me early. Maybe they had higher expectations and they might be disappointed.”
Conte did not say whether he would agree to stay as Tottenham coach if asked in the summer, while the Italian player asked for “time and patience” to build his team and invest more in the transfer market.
The 53-year-old said he had explained his thoughts to president Daniel Levy and sporting director Fabio Paratici, explaining his “vision” to them.
“I think the situation is really clear and fair and it’s been a year and three months since I started being a coach. “I always say we need time and patience,” said Conte.
“I think we don’t have a solid foundation to fight and win right now. We are trying to understand and work out which players are right for this club to build a solid foundation and thrive in the transfer market.”