Fonseca new Tottenham coach, here we are: the transfer market news

Fonseca new Tottenham coach, here we are: the transfer market news
Fonseca new Tottenham coach, here we are: the transfer market news

The future of Paulo Fonseca could be in England. The former Roma coach is in fact very close to Tottenham. The dialogue between the Portuguese and the London club is extremely underway and the Spurs have offered Fonseca a two-year contract with renewal option. After two years in the Giallorossi, Fonseca’s next professional experience could be right on bench occupied until two months ago by José Mourinho, which instead took its place at the Roma. The negotiation with Tottenham is in the details and the official announcement is expected in the middle of next week. It will not be the only upcoming news for Spurs, who are also ready to formalize the arrival of next Monday Fabio Paratici like new ds.

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“In these two years we have experienced ups and downs, but I have always given my best for this club and for this city, which has welcomed me very well.” So Fonseca had greeted Roma at the end of the two-year period in the Giallorossi. The high point of the two years at the helm of the club remains the arrival in the semifinals of the Europa League in the 2020/21 season, with the knockout against Manchester United, while in the league the team finished in seventh place, snatching the pass for the Conference League. In his first year in Rome Fonseca had obtained the fifth place in Serie A, with stops in the round of 16 of the Europa League and the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup. Now the Portuguese coach’s journey is destined to restart from Tottenham. He will inherit a fresh seventh-placed team in the Premier League. Spurs will also play the Conference League and they could just cross Mourinho’s Rome.


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