Tottenham Hotspurs have now officially sacked former Wolves boss, Nuno Espírito Santo after just four months in charge.
The north London club have been on a terrible run of form as their last game against Manchester United was his last in charge of the club.
Tottenham’s depressing loss to Manchester United on Saturday proved a fatal blow to Nuno’s hopes of staying in charge.
Both managers, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Nuno Espírito Santo were under pressure as they had one last chance to prove themselves but Red Devils boss came out with all three points and that saved his job making the later see the exit door.
However, Tottenham Hotspurs have now confirmed that former Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte have now returned to London to manager Spurs.
The former Chelsea boss left Inter Milan at the end of last season after winning the Serie A title with the Nerazzurris’ with the likes of Romelu Lukaku.
On his first season at Chelsea, the Italian manager won the Premier League title but was unable to replicate that form in the next season for the blues.
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