Following Nuno Espirito Santo’s dismissal, Tottenham have selected former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte as their new manager.
The contract is said to be worth £15 million a year and continues until the conclusion of next season, with a one-year extension option.
On Tuesday afternoon, the 52-year-old strategist is expected to train with Tottenham.
Following a 3-0 loss to Manchester United on Monday, Nuno was fired, paving the path for Spurs to entice Conte to north London.
In the summer, the Italian was at the top of owner Daniel Levy’s wish list, but talks fell through, and Spurs eventually hired Nuno as their new manager.
Through director of football Fabio Paratici, who worked with Conte at Juventus, the club maintained an excellent relationship with the former Inter Milan manager, and Spurs were able to secure Conte this time.
After two years with Chelsea, when he won the Premier League and the FA Cup, the 52-year-old returns to the prestigious English Premier League.