The Telegraph have reported that it is ‘increasingly likely’ Fabio Paratici will leave Tottenham Hotspur at the end of the 2022/23 season.
The report claims that Daniel Levy may find himself leading the search for Tottenham’s next manager, following the mutual exit of Antonio Conte, as Paratici’s future also remains up in the air.
Sources have apparently noted that Paratici’s name was absent from the statement confirming Conte’s exit, and there were no quotes from Tottenham’s Managing Director of Football.
It is also noted that Paratici has not been as visible at Spurs games of late, having moved from behind the dugout to the director’s box.
This comes after Paratici was handed a 30-month suspension in relation to Juventus’s false accounting scandal (Gianluca Di Marzio).
The Italian court case around this scandal was due to kick off this week but has now been postponed until May 10.
It is said that Paratici’s time in North London now looks increasingly likely to end this year.
Spurs Web Opinion:
This trial is the last thing Spurs need right now. The best thing to do would be to cut ties and work on bringing a long-term manager in.
Then, if they want a managing director to work with, Levy should choose one with the manager’s blessing so the project aligns from top to bottom.
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