Antonie Conte won this season the Italian championship with Inter, but still chose he is leaving the club. That is why he is free in the market, and that was something that aroused interest at Tottenham, who are looking for a new manager after the firing of José Mourinho.
The story has been running in the press for the past week, and for a long time it looked like the 51-year-old Italian, who has won both Premier League and Serie A titles, was to be coach in London again, but now negotiations have broken down. It writes Goal.
According to Goal, there should have been a long way in the negotiations, but in the end, disagreement arose between Conte and Tottenham's chairman Daniel Levy about what should happen in the transfer market. Conte should have asked for a large budget to work with so he could make changes to the squad, and at the same time he would have promised that if Harry Kane were to be sold, he would have additional funds made available so that a perfect replacement. Daniel Levy should not have wanted to guarantee that, and now the negotiations should have collapsed.