Spurs target Enrique as replacement for Conte as he looks set to leave the club

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Spurs have identified former Barcelona and Spain head coach Luis Enrique as their new manager, replacing Antonio Conte, who has vowed not to extend his contract this summer. But without the name of Mauricio Pochettino among the other options.

The Athletic reports that Tottenham Hotspur are preparing a list of candidates to replace Antonio Conte as their next permanent head coach this summer. With their favorite favorite being Luis Enrique, former Spanish national team coach, after promising that macaroni master Will not renew the local Tottenham Hotspur Stadium contract that expires in June.

Antonio Conte

The 53-year-old coach has just led  Spurs to be eliminated in the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League after only drawing with AC Milan 0-0 at home in his own game in the second leg. Until causing them to lose with a total score of 0-1, winning all championships this season, while the renewal of the contract has made no progress. amid rumors that He may return to work with Juventus, the old team in his homeland.

Tottenham are keen to plan for a successor early on. In order not to repeat the year 2021 by Daniel Levy, the UFABET club’s president has assigned director of football Fabio Paratici. He has compiled a list of potential replacements for March, with ex- Barcelona and Spain boss Luis Enrique his favorite first choice.

The 52-year-old coach has just become unemployed after taking La Roja out of the last 16 at the 2022 World Cup in an unexpected turn. After losing 0-3 on penalties to Morocco , he previously led Barcelona to a treble in the 2014-15 season, sweeping La Liga, Copa del Rey and La Liga titles. UEFA Champions League 

In addition to this There is also a list of other head coaches such as Oliver Glasner, who led Eintracht Frankfurt to win the 2021-2022 Europa League,  Ruben Amorim, coach of Spor. Rating Lisbon and Luciano Spalletti, who are close to leading Napoli to their first Serie A title in 33 years, are missing the name of former Argentine boss Mauricio Pochettino. Stein which fans call for to sit in the same chair again