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Harry Redknapp expects Tottenham to back new boss Antonio Conte and spend big in January

Former Spurs boss Harry Redknapp expects Tottenham to spend a lot on the January transfer window as it was “ probably one of the provisions ” that Antonio Conte finally agreed to take the hot seat in North London. .

  • Tottenham moved fast after firing Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday
  • Antonio Conte agreed to an 18-month contract to take over the North London club
  • Harry Redknapp thinks Italian will be backed in January transfer window


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Former Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp expects the club to spend heavily in the January transfer window following the arrival of Antonio Conte.

Spurs moved quickly after firing Nuno Espirito Santo following the sad 3-0 loss to Manchester United with president Daniel Levy and football director Fabio Paratici in talks with Conte and offering him an 18-month contract with a extension option.

The former Chelsea, Juventus and Inter Milan manager was the club’s main target to replace José Mourinho at the start of the season, but turned them down, amid reports that he feared they would not back him in the transfer market. .

Antonio Conte (above) agreed to an 18-month contract to take over Tottenham

Antonio Conte (above) agreed to an 18-month contract to take over Tottenham

And Redknapp believes that Conte would have received guarantees from Levy before accepting the job.

He told talkSPORT: I can see them spending.

“I don’t think I would have come if I couldn’t improve the team. It was probably one of the provisions of his arrival.

Backed by billionaire Spurs owner Joe Lewis, Levy has maintained tight control over the club’s finances since 2001.

Harry Redknapp, pictured with President Daniel Levy, expects Spurs to spend big in January

Harry Redknapp, pictured with President Daniel Levy, expects Spurs to spend big in January

Harry Redknapp, pictured with President Daniel Levy, expects Spurs to spend big in January

Redknapp added: ‘Joe Lewis, people don’t realize how rich the owner of Tottenham is, he’s right up there with one of the richest men in the world.

“They can afford to bring in players and I think they will do it for sure.”

Tottenham didn’t make big signings in the summer, but they managed to keep Harry Kane.

Their season has not gone at all to plan and they are currently ranked ninth after five losses in their first 10 games.

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