Antonio Conte has actually consented to remain as Tottenham's manager after a meeting on Friday in Turin with Fabio Paratici, the managing director of football.
Conte has a contract to the end of next season, with an option to extend, but wished to ensure his and the club's ambitions were aligned before he dedicated to continuing.
Talks covered issues consisting of transfer targets, prospective sales and new deals for existing team members. Spurs are eager to provide an extension to Harry Kane, who has 2 years remaining on his contract. The striker will be thrilled at the update over Conte and could now be open to thinking about that offer.
Tottenham were determined to keep Conte and their chances of doing so were increased by Champions League qualification and the bulk shareholder, Enic, vowing to invest as much as another ₤ 150m.
That will considerably bolster the cash available for finalizings, with the Internazionale forward Ivan Perisic, who played there under Conte, amongst the targets.
Conte is likewise interested in the Torino centre-half Gleison Bremer however the Brazilian looks set to join Inter, so Spurs could move rather for Inter's Alessandro Bastoni. The Italy international is 23 and would be a perfect fit in regards to profile for the chairman, Daniel Levy.
Djed Spence, the England Under-21 full-back on loan at Nottingham Forest from Middlesbrough, is another target. Spence is preparing for Sunday's Championship play-off final against Huddersfield.
Tottenham are required to buy Cristian Romero for EUR55m (₤ 46.6 m) this summer under the regards to last August's loan from Atalanta and have a choice to make on Dejan Kulusevski. He took part January from Juventus on an 18-month loan and Spurs have an option to buy this summer for EUR30m. A necessary EUR35m buy clause will enter play at completion of next season if particular conditions are met.
Paratici will attempt to raise more funds by unloading players such as Tanguy Ndombele, Giovani Lo Celso, Bryan Gil, Steven Bergwijn and Joe Rodon. Ndombele, Lo Celso and Gil were sent on loan in January, Conte's first transfer window with the club.
Fraser Forster is poised to end up being Tottenham's first summer signing, the goalkeeper having actually accepted to join as back-up to Hugo Lloris when his contract at Southampton ends next month.