Report: Conte has spoken to Levy more frankly than any Spurs boss
Some at Tottenham Hotspur have claimed that Antonio Conte has spoken to Daniel Levy more daringly than any other manager he has worked with at the club, according to a report from Football London.
Spurs are coming towards the end of the campaign in a strong position. They currently sit fourth in the Premier League. And while they have played a game more than Arsenal, they do seem to have the momentum after their emphatic North London derby win.
Of course, it appears imperative that Tottenham qualify for the Champions League. Not only would it open the door for much more exciting targets to come in, but it would also boost their hopes of ensuring that Conte stays in North London.
Conte has given Tottenham fans hope again. And it would be a massive blow to many around the club if he decided to move on this summer.
So it is also crucial that the board back him in the window. But Levy is probably under no illusions regarding what Conte wants from him this summer.
Football London reports that Conte has made no secret of what sees as the issues that need resolving. And in fact, he has spoken more frankly to Levy than any other Tottenham manager has dared to.
Conte has spoken to Daniel Levy more frankly than any other Tottenham boss
Conte’s frankness may cause problems further down the line. But while Tottenham are making progress, he surely has every right to make it clear what improvements are required.
He has the calibre to take Spurs over the line in their quest for silverware. And Levy will be aware that losing him could open him up to huge criticism from supporters.
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