Daniel Levy, the CEO of Tottenham Hotspur, is flying to meet with the club’s owner to discuss Antonio Conte’s demands.
ANTONIO CONTE is hoping that his wish for money to spend on singings will be granted in January.
Daniel Levy, the chairman of Tottenham Hotspur, has flown to the Bahamas to meet with Spurs owner Joe Lewis.
The trip is thought to be about Antonio Conte’s investment and transfer budget while he waits to find out how much money he has this month.
The Italian manager has made no secret of his desire to improve Spurs’ squad during the transfer window, and it appears that he may soon get his wish if talks between Levy and Lewis go well.
Tottenham has held talks with a number of individuals and companies in recent months, according to The Telegraph, as they seek additional financial backing.
The club’s transfer budget is also on the agenda for Levy’s latest meeting, which is thought to be held on the billionaire owner’s luxury yacht.
While the club has refused to reveal his whereabouts, it is understood that the chairman has been holding a number of business meetings on the Bahamas boat.
Following reports that Forrest Li, Singapore’s wealthiest man with a net worth of an estimated £15 billion, was a special guest of Levy at a recent Spurs match, speculation surrounding potential investment in the north London club has been rife in recent months.
Despite sources denying this, the billionaire businessman is said to have been given a tour of the club’s state-of-the-art stadium, fueling speculation that more investment is on the way.
While Levy is away, managing director Fabio Paratici appears to have been entrusted with the club’s transfer business, with Tottenham reportedly close to signing Wolves winger Adama Traore.
Spurs missed out on the Spaniard in the summer after a potential deal fell through, but it appears the 25-year-old could be Conte’s first signing.
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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is rumored to be interested in converting the Wolves winger to an attacking right wing-back to fit his system and provide the team with more attacking options.
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