The Italian led Spurs back into the Champions League following their 5-0 victory over Norwich on Sunday, and Bridge is confident the hierarchy will back Conte heavily in the transfer market.
What’s the latest news involving Conte?
Despite guiding Tottenham back into the Champions League, the ex-Juventus and Chelsea manager still dodged the question when asked whether he’ll still be in north London next season.
He said: “I’m under contract until next summer. I signed for one year and seven months. I enjoyed a lot my time at Tottenham because, I repeat, for me it was a big challenge.“
But since Conte declined to comment on whether he’ll be at the club beyond the summer, Spurs have announced that majority shareholder, ENIC have agreed to pump an extra £150m into the club, which is set to help matters both on and off the pitch.
Therefore, Bridge believes that Conte will be given the right tools to make Tottenham compete once again.
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What did Bridge say about Conte?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “He wants assurances but speaking to a couple of people yesterday and there were another couple of Spurs journalists who have had similar conversations with people at Tottenham, they’re all in complete agreement that Conte will be given the tools to push the club on.
“So, unless Daniel Levy gets into this room and says, ‘well you don’t need an awful lot, because you’ve got fourth with what you’ve got,’ but I don’t think that will happen.”
Which players have Tottenham been linked with?
Despite the transfer window not opening until next month, Spurs are already on the verge of making their first signing.
According to The Athletic, Fraser Forster is having a medical at Hotspur Way and is set to join on a free transfer.
But Conte wants another five signings to be able to compete in both Europe and the Premier League, and Tottenham are already targeting a host of players in various positions.
At the back, it’s clear that Inter Milan’s Alessandro Bastoni is his primary centre-back target, while Christian Eriksen, Youri Tielemans, John McGinn and Kalvin Phillips have been mentioned as midfield additions.
Moving forward, Football.London have revealed that Victor Osimhen, Lautaro Martinez, Patrick Schick, Alexander Isak, Darwin Nunez, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin are all on Spurs’ radar ahead of the window reopening for business.