Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on the situation surrounding Antonio Conte’s future at Tottenham Hotspur, stating that the next 24-48 hours will be key. 

The journalist claimed the final decision will be up to Daniel Levy, but he is expected to decide to part ways with Conte.

Despite this, internal talks continue and Conte has not yet been informed of any potential sacking.

Understandably, multiple reports over the last 24 hours (Daily Mail and Guardian) have claimed that Conte has lost a portion of the Tottenham dressing room with his rant on Saturday and that some players have grown tired of the Italian’s public outbursts.

The Sun even suggested that some members of the squad would be happy to see the Italian leave immediately and that a few players do not expect him to be in charge for their next clash against Everton on April 3.

Alasdair Gold reported on Football.London on Sunday that Conte clarified to the Tottenham board that his recent outburst was aimed solely at the players. 

However, it remains to be seen whether Daniel Levy will still choose to pull the plug on the Conte project.

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The majority of the Tottenham fan base wanted Conte to be appointed last year and supported the decision when Levy made it.

One cannot accuse the club of not backing Conte in the transfer market as there has been major surgery to the squad over the last three windows, with 11 new players arriving through the door and the club offloading all the players that the 53-year-old wanted to offload, even forgoing a transfer fee for the majority of them.

Yet, a section of the fan base are now convinced that Conte bears no responsibility for his failure and that it is all on the board, which is ridiculous. 

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