Harry Redknapp has said that he expects Tottenham Hotspur to stick with Antonio Conte until the end of the season.

It was reported not long after Conte’s now infamous tirade against his players a week ago that the Italian’s time in North London was about to run out (Telegraph) but there has been no official announcement from the club on the matter yet.

Antonio Conte

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The Evening Standard revealed on Friday that the Tottenham head coach had not returned to London yet, with Cristian Stellini and Ryan Mason continuing to oversee training with the players who are not away on international duty.

The publication added that no return date had been set for Conte and that the senior players at the club do not expect him to be in charge for the clash against Everton on April 3.

However, Redknapp believes that Daniel Levy’s main consideration will be to give the Lilywhites the best chance of finishing in the top four.

He remarked that he would not be surprised if the Spurs chairman decides to stick with the Italian until the summer.

Watch what the former Tottenham manager told Sky Sports Football Daily about the managerial situation at N17:

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It is now clear that Conte has lost the dressing room and there is no doubt that we would stand a better chance of finishing in the top four this season if the Italian is sacked immediately.

I expect the club to confirm the 53-year-old’s departure within the next 48 hours.

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