London club lineup managers to replace their coach after poor performance
According to a recent report by Football Insider, the Italian is more likely to quit the Lilywhites at the end of the season than to renegotiate his contract and remain.
According to the most recent sources, Roberto De Zerbi, manager of Brighton and Hove Albion, has impressed Daniel Levy.
Brighton, currently sixth in the Premier League, four points behind Spurs but with two games in hand, appears poised to upset England’s established “top-six” — perhaps at the expense of Antonio Conte’s team.
Despite the fact that Brighton’s owner Tony Bloom will most likely not want to lose his manager to a direct domestic rival, a generous compensation deal could prove too tempting to refuse, depending on Conte’s future and where he sees his next challenge