Bet suspended on Antonio Conte to leave Tottenham that the obvious candidate appears to take over

Bet suspended on Antonio Conte to leave Tottenham that the obvious candidate appears to take over

Antonio Conte looks closer to leaving Tottenham than ever while Ryan Mason appears as the favourite to replace the Italian

Antonio Count looks like he's about to step down as head coach at Tottenham. The Italian has been facing an increasingly uncertain future at Spurs for some time now, with his contract coming to an end in the summer

After having been disappointed knocked out of both the FA Cup and the Champions League this month, his furious rant at the weekend could be the final straw for Daniel Levy. Conte launched a burning diatribe after its collapse against Southampton, which sits at the bottom of the Premier League

The North London team took a 3-1 lead over the Saints after James Ward-Prowse threw a penalty into the burning embers of the shock. Conte has described his players as 'unacceptable' and 'selfish', claiming that there was a rotten culture in Tottenham and that the club needs to 'change that situation'.

And, if Betfair's final ratings are by then, the situation at the club will definitely change very soon. The bookmakers have suspended bets on Tale to quit the club, with Ryan Mason currently favorite, at 1/9, to be the next permanent director of Tottenham.

Mauricio Pochettino, who has been heavily linked with a return to his former club, is second most likely, at 9/1, to be named as next permanent Spurs boss, with Oliver Glasner in third (11/1) and Thomas Tuchel in fourth (12/1). Large sections of the fanbase have dreamed of seeing either Luis Enrique or Roberto De Zerbi join Spurs but both are wide of the mark at 16/1 and 20/1, respectively.

Thomas Frank arrived at 25/1 after being basically excluded from the race earlier this month. Speaking before the Brentford Premier League confrontation with Everton, the bee boss downplayed the suggestions that a move to the Spurs is on the cards.

First of all, they have a manager who is a manager whom I have studied for years and whom I greatly admire,' said the 49-year-old. I think he's had great results, so I hope he succeeds and I hope Spurs succeeds. Second, I'm really, really happy here at Brentford."

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