Conte’s salary revealed: Tottenham debut postponed because of Brexit?

by | Nov 2, 2021 09:06

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Antonio Conte will earn almost €1m-a-month at Tottenham, but his debut in North London could be postponed due to bureaucratic issues linked with Brexit.

Conte arrived in London on Monday to sign a contract until June 2023 with Tottenham.

La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the former Italy, Inter and Juventus coach will get circa €18m during his stay at the club, so nearly €1m per month.

According to the report, Conte is happy to return to England, where he spent two years in charge of Chelsea between 2016 and 2018.

Tottenham are expected to announce his appointment today, when Conte will sign his contract and take his first training session with his new team.

However, it could take longer than expected to see the Italian tactician taking over his first game in North London.

Spurs host Vitesse in a Conference League group stage game on Thursday, but Conte’s debut could be postponed to Sunday, November 7, when the Premier League giants visit Everton.

That’s because Tottenham are working on getting a working visa for Conte in time for Thursday’s match. If they don’t make it in time, then the Italian tactician will take charge of his first Tottenham game at Goodison Park.

epa09229645 (FILE) - Inter's Coach Antonio Conte during the Italian Serie A soccer match FC Inter vs Hellas Verona at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium in Milan, Italy 9 November 2019 (re-issued on 26 May 2021). On 26 May 2021 FC Inter Milan announced that Antonio Conte will no longer be the first team's head coach. Inter confirmed the termination of Conte's contract by mutual consent. EPA-EFE/ROBERTO BREGANI


  1. Pinturicchio

    €18m per year is €1,5m per month… What is this calculation which is wiping off 0,5m every month from his salary?

  2. Alessandro

    Embarrassment to Del Piero nickname can’t even count months until june of 2023, it’s 19…

  3. Ben Ume

    18 month contract…wake up

  4. mm

    @Pinturicchio I would assume taxes

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