- Conte has recently driven Chelsea to the Premier League title.
- Tottenham have delegated previous Chelsea and Inter Milan supervisor Antonio Conte as their new director until summer 2023.
The Premier League club terminated Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday after only 17 games, with Spurs eighth in the table.
Tottenham says there is “a choice to broaden” 52-year-old Conte’s arrangement with them.
“I’m incredibly glad to get back to instructing, and to do as such at a Premier League club that has the aspiration to be a hero once more,” said Conte.
The Italian re-visitations of London after winning the Premier League in his first season at Chelsea (2016-17) and the FA Cup in his prior second being sacked in 2018.
He then, at that point, drove Inter Milan to their first Serie A title in quite a while before leaving the club in May.
Conte had been in control for quite some time and Inter said it was a shared choice to end his agreement with one year remaining.
The previous Juventus and Italy mentor was then in consults with Tottenham in the mid-year about becoming Jose Mourinho’s replacement.
Be that as it may, exchanges were ended before Spurs named ex-Wolves supervisor Nuno toward the finish of June, with the Portuguese chief, 47, enduring only four months.
“I can hardly wait to begin attempting to pass on to the group and the fans the energy, mindset and assurance that have consistently recognized me, as a player and as a mentor,” said Conte.
“The previous summer our association didn’t occur because the termination of my friendship with Inter was still excessively later and genuinely excessively associated with the finish of the period, so I felt that it wasn’t yet the perfect opportunity to get back to instructing.
“Yet, the infectious energy and assurance of [Tottenham chairman] Daniel Levy in needing to depend on me with this errand had effectively hit the imprint.
“Since the chance has returned, I have decided to take it with extraordinary conviction.”
Conte’s first game will be at home against Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa Conference League on Thursday before Spurs play at Everton in the association on Sunday.
“His history justifies itself, with immense experience and prizes in both Italy and England,” said Tottenham overseeing head of football Fabio Paratici.
“I know direct the characteristics Antonio can bring to us, having worked with him at Juventus, and anticipate seeing his work with our skilled gathering of players.”