ANTONIO CONTE and Tottenham are to hold fresh talks today over his future at the club, according to reports.
Conte‘s deal expires at the end of the season, but the North Londoners want him to sign a contract extension.
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He’s also beaten off a tough injury list to keep his side in the top four this season and also qualify for the last-16 in Europe’s elite competition.
Conte will be hoping to continue the good work once the Prem resumes later this month, with Brentford away on Boxing Day.
But before then, The Athletic claim that the ex-Chelsea manager is set for talks over a new deal.
The report claims that discussions got underway before the World Cup and are expected to resume this week alongside Fabio Paratici.
Wages and the length of his contract are up for debate, but Conte also wants assurances ahead of the January transfer window.
He wants Tottenham to back him in the market and match his ambitions of winning silverware.
So far in Conte’s reign, Daniel Levy and Co have done exactly that, with the 53-year-old bringing in no fewer than NINE players in his two windows in charge.
Two of his biggest success stories have been Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski, with the latter one of the club’s top performers this season.
But Tottenham need further reinforcements this winter with a right wing-back a priority position, while Conte also needs a creative midfielder.