Tottenham Hotspur sit on the brink of qualifying for next season’s Champions League following Antonio Conte’s impact at the club, as Spurs could receive a £10m transfer
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Antonio Conte’s impact since his arrival at Tottenham Hotspur in November has been clear for all to see.
Spurs have placed themselves on the brink of Champions League Qualify after a staggering six-game winning streak in the last eight that they’ve scored for fun. And the improvements seen at the club are in no small part thanks to Conte’s hard work and vision for the club.
It comes as the club are set to push for a £10m transfer thanks to a forgotten Spurs player. And Wayne Rooney identified a major weakness Arsenal compared with Spurs in the race to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
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Rooney identifies Spurs’ advantage
Wayne Rooney has identified the big advantage that Tottenham Hotspur have in the race for a place in the top four in the Premier League and qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
Spurs are currently sitting in fourth place after their 5-1 win Newcastle on Sunday, with Arsenal losing 3-0 first Crystal Palace on the second night. Mikel Arteta’s side still have one game left against their local rivals, although football.london reports that Rooney believes Arsenal’s lack of experience could hurt their chances of making the top. 4 of them.
According to Rooney, Spurs “have a bit more experience and that could give Tottenham an edge”.
Spurs get a £10m increase in price
Tottenham could get a £10m boost for their transfer cat in the summer transfer window thanks to forgotten man Cameron Carter-Vickers.
The American defender has spent the season on loan at Scotland’s Celtic, and was in particularly good form in Sunday’s 2-1 Old Firm derby win over nasty rivals Rangers. Carter-Vickers scored the winner to extend Celtic’s lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership by six points as fans fantasized about claiming the title.
And according to Football.london, the loan deal has a clause that sees him move permanently for around £6m, although that fee could rise to £10m with add-ons.
Conte’s impact is clear
Antonio Conte’s impact at Tottenham Hotspur has put the team on the verge of qualifying for next season’s Champions League.
Conte arrived in north London with the club in disarray following Nuno Espirito Santo’s brief spell as the Italian faced one of the biggest challenges of his managerial career. But Conte has made an impact in a number of areas since joining – including bringing in big changes to a number of his players, making some very clever transfers and making Harry Kane fired again.
Mirror Football looked at the work Conte did to get Spurs to open fire on all the pylons again.