Mercato: Antonio Conte’s big terms to sign for PSG

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Information The Indian Paper – While the position of PSG coach will be one of the projects in the off-season, current Tottenham coach Antonio Conte is interested in the position but has set several conditions for joining the capital.

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Mauricio Pochettino’s potential succession at PSG is causing envy in the extremely closed environment of top European coaches. Among those who may be tempted by the Paris challenge is the Italian Antonio Conte, current Tottenham coach, who has however set several conditions for joining the capital.

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First, there is the financial aspect. Antonio Conte, whose salary at Tottenham is estimated at €17 million, would like to see his emoluments double and therefore reach around €30 million per year. Which would make him one of the highest paid coaches in the world along with Diego Simeone of Argentina of Atlético de Madrid. Aware of PSG’s special playing policy, Antonio Conte would only like to work with those he would have chosen. He would like to come with a sports director.

italian wants its own staff

Former Roma Gianluca Petracchi would have been particularly scrutinized. Conte’s idea is to take full control of the Paris club’s transfer window. The Italian coach, who wants to drop several current players, has already targeted profiles that might interest him.

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Conte also has a lot of requirements in regards to managing the team on a daily basis. He would like to come with all his extended staff. In line with his reputation as a tough coach, Conte may have also targeted PSG’s shortcomings in terms of discipline. He would like to fill the gap upon his arrival with the recruitment of personnel to supervise the players. To the best of our knowledge, he would particularly like the director of social networks to better control their use in the locker room. Personally, Conte says he is tired of being called the “Instagram player” that is so common in the world of football today.

Under contract with Tottenham until 2023, Antonio Conte will no longer have the same vision as Danielle Levy. The Spurs boss will not be against the idea of ​​parting ways with the Italian, especially since he would welcome the idea of ​​the return of Mauricio Pochettino, who reached the league final in 2019 as Tottenham chief. So financial arrangements are expected but a two-coach crossover between London and Paris is not excluded.

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