Tottenham have held talks about a friendly against Rangers in Glasgow as part of their pre-season plans under Antonio Conte, according to Football.London.
Spurs’ current campaign is far from over with Conte leading his side through a tense race to finish in the Champions League places.
But the 52-year-old has been winless in his last two games after suffering defeat against Brighton and a draw with Brentford, while fellow competitors Arsenal have claimed eye-catching wins over Chelsea and Manchester United respectively.
While the campaign is still finely poised with just five games remaining, Conte’s future is seemingly up in the air with rumours linking him with a move to Paris Saint-Germain as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino (The Times).
However, Conte is expected to see out the season before making a decision on his future (Telegraph), while Spurs are continuing to make their pre-season plans as normal.
With Tottenham confirmed to play two games in South Korea, Football.London reports that a friendly in Glasgow against Rangers is also being considered.
The Scottish side, who have been defending their Premiership title this term, look likely to relinquish their crown as they sit behind current leaders Celtic with four games to go.
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Tottenham expect to be managed by Conte next term and the Italian will definitely have a say in the club’s pre-season plans this summer.
Hopefully, by the time these friendlies come around, Spurs will have clarified their intention to be ambitious to him as well as giving him the resources to improve the playing squad.
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