French giants Paris Saint Germain will turn their attention to Antonio Conte should Mauricio Pochettino leave the club.
The Argentine has been linked with a summer move despite missing the chance to join Man United following Ten Hag’s appointment by the English giants.
According to The Times the former-Spurs boss is set to be relieved of his duties in the French capital soon, reporting that Conte has declared his interest in the job should Spurs fail to make the top four.
The North London side are currently one of the favourite teams to clinch the last Champions Lague spot in England but Arsenal is on their neck for the same spot too having dropped points against Brentford over the weekend.
BREAKING: Antonio Conte has offered himself to PSG on an initial 2-year basis to replace the outgoing Mauricio Pochettino.
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The reports claim that PSG ownership still prefers appointing Zinedine Zidane as their next manager but the Frenchman’s reluctance in the job is a worry for the club as they want to plan for the coming season as early as they can.
Pochettino has been linked with a return to Tottenham with the club said to have tried to recruit him last summer.