Britain’s “Daily Mail” pressured Tottenham with such reports. “Chairman Levy must bring all six transfer targets to make the miracle Conte happy,” the media said on the 6th. “Tottenham is now at a crossroads. As Conte wishes, he has to upgrade all his positions to challenge for the championship.”
Despite the shock of the manager’s replacement, Tottenham succeeded in advancing to the European Champions League (UCL) next season by producing a “Miracle of the Big Four” in the 2021-2022 season. It is the joy and work of director Conte. He also rejoiced as “the greatest achievement” of his career 먹튀검증.
However, coach Conte said there is no future without a major reinforcement of the new season. Not only Hugo Lloris, but also Harry Kane and Eric Dyer supported Conte. “We’ve done what we have to do, and it’s up to the club to do the best we can this summer,” Dier says.
Coach Conte said earlier this year that he could leave the team at any time if the club’s response did not match his ambition. Tottenham had a good time in January by recruiting Dejan Kulusepski and Rodrigo Bentancur. But Luis Diaz was lost to Liverpool. President Levy’s indecisive administration has come under fire.
Coach Conte is said to be able to spend about £311 million, including £150 million in cash in the summer transfer market, profits from entering the UCL, and transfer fees for the transfer of existing players.
Coach Conte is planning to reinforce six players in the transfer market this summer. I am hoping to bring in a centre-back, a right-wingback, two midfielders, one forward and a backup goalkeeper.
Coach Conte held Ivan Perisic, his “favorite” when he was the head coach of Inter Milan. As Uris’ backup, Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Foster was selected. However, there was no transfer fee because both were free agents (FA) whose contracts expired.
Currently, the names of Christian Eriksen (Brentford), Paulo Dybala (Juventus), Gabriel Jesus (Man City), Alessandro Bastoni (Inter Milan), James Ward-Fraus (Southhampton), John McGinn (Aston Villa), and Glaison Bremer (Torino) are being mentioned.
However, there is also doubt that it could be a ‘blank check’. The Daily Mail stressed, “If Tottenham fails to reach a specific deal, Conte may step down at any time.”