Tottenham eye Thomas Frank to replace Antonio Conte after Brentford boss’ work on a budget
Thomas Frank may replace Antonio Conte as the manager of Tottenham Hotspur as he has worked with a fairly limited budget at Brentford. Spurs like that he seldom causes any fuss.
That is according to The Guardian, which reports that Frank is among the names to replace Conte at Tottenham. The Italian has an uncertain future in north London with his contract due to lapse in June. Spurs plan to hold talks with him next month to discuss the situation.
Expectations are rife that Conte and Tottenham will agree to part ways at the climax of his contract this summer. But doubt still lingers over who chairman Daniel Levy and managing director Fabio Paratici will agree on as the ideal option to replace the 53-year-old at Spurs.
Thomas Frank has impressed Tottenham with his results at Brentford
Brentford boss Frank features on Tottenham’s long list of potential targets should they bid to replace Conte as the club’s manager. The 49-year-old has impressed the Spurs hierarchy with his work at the Gtech Community Stadium after establishing the Bees in the top-flight.
Frank led Brentford into the Premier League for the club’s first time via the Championship play-offs in 2021. The Bees had not featured in the top-flight of English football since 1947. Yet they finished the 2021/22 term in 13th place and sit ninth in the table so far this season.
Brentford could still qualify for a European competition this season and are above Chelsea in the top-flight table. But Tottenham also appreciate that Frank has achieved…