Report outlines how much Paratici had been fined prior to joining Tottenham
Fabio Paratici has proved to be a divisive figure so early into his reign as transfer chief for Tottenham Hotspur.
And it is not due to his work in the window, rather what he does on a matchday.
According to the Sun, the Spurs players do not like how the chief and Steve Hitchin act on the sidelines during games.
The duo have been sat in the Spurs dugout for all of the side’s games thus far. Paratici even showed his visible and audible frustration after Oliver Skipp picked up a yellow card away to Wolves.
However, this is not something new for the 49-year-old, who has been held responsible for his behaviour with Juventus.
According to Football Italia, Paratici has been fined a total of €50k (£43k) due to his antics in Serie A and the Champions League.
One of the most infamous incidents saw him rush onto the pitch at half-time during the Old Lady’s clash with Udinese.
Tottenham need to help Paratici curb his desire
You would say passion and desire is the least you expect from someone in any role.
However, Tottenham need to help the divisive Paratici. His antics on the sidelines threaten to turn the club into a circus.
Everything seems all well and good now, especially with Nuno Espirito Santo’s men on a winning streak.
However, imagine how bad it would look if Tottenham are losing and the transfer chief is arguing with referees, for example.
It must be said, such antics are not the norm in England. So, while everyone is sat around thinking how strange it is, it could be fairly common across Europe.
However, moving forward, Tottenham’s players should be taking centre stage as opposed to the transfer chief.
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