Tottenham Hotspur has a new manager at the helm following the appointment of Antonio Conte.
The Sun reports that the hiring of the Italian tactician is well received by striker Harry Kane and the entire squad after the north London-based club decided to sack Nuno Espírito Santo.
According to the tabloid, Kane seems ready to drop all plans to leave Tottenham after the arrival of Conte. Furthermore, various reports suggest that Tottenham will hand a significant amount of money to improve the Premier League side.
Various reports suggest that Spurs is ready to hand Conte anywhere between £150-million to £238-million to spend. Should Tottenham follow through with these plans, it’s a statement to Kane that they’re ready to invest large sums of cash in putting out a squad capable of winning trophies.
Furthermore, appointing Conte, who has experience managing notable clubs in Europe, is the first step to let Kane know they’re serious.
Nuno’s most prominent managerial roles came with Porto and Valencia, not precisely the track record that Conte possesses leading clubs like Inter Milan, Chelsea, and Juventus to trophies.