Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is willing to make Antonio Conte the second highest paid manager in the country.


Conte is in talks with the North Londoners, having left Inter Milan at the end of the season.


The Mirror reports Conte could be offered an incredible salary of up to £15m-a-year – in addition to funds being made available to spend on the squad.


Levy, 59, is also reportedly bullish over his chances of keeping Harry Kane at Tottenham.


And Conte is eager to work with the England skipper.


Should the Italian take the job, only Pep Guardiola would earn more than him in the Premier League.


The former Barcelona boss rakes in around £20m per season at Manchester City.


While Conte’s new salary would tie him with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.

By Scopie

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