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There is reportedly the growing feeling that Antonio Conte will leave his position as Tottenham manager before the start of next season.

The Italian tactician has not been taking charge of games recently for health reasons, but is now set to return to the dugout for Wednesdays Champions League round of 16 second leg against AC Milan.

According to theDaily Mail, he returns just as there is the growing sense that he will not be at Spurs for the long term, and may even be gone before the start of the 2023/24 campaign.

Its certainly not gone too well for Tottenham recently, with a surprise defeat to Sheffield United seeing them exit the FA Cup, while they were also beaten 1-0 by Wolves yesterday.

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Conte has long had the reputation for being one of the very finest managers in world football, but he hasnt ever quite seemed like the right fit for Tottenham.

Spurs fans may well feel that it would now be a good time to try something different, while Conte himself would also probably be happier with a different project.

It should be levy n Lewis that go but all u muppets that go week in week out throwing ur cash away watching crap incase y miss someting it needs to stop only way to get change in this situation is boycott everything spurs but yous wont do it hit levy n Lewis in the pocket it will only need to happen 2-3 times n they would crap them selfs n either change or best case sell the hell up but until u tool stop going they will keep laughing all the way to the bank signing levy out he couldnt care

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