The news comes just days after the Italian led the club into the Champions League, and O’Rourke reckons that it could serve Spurs well in the upcoming window.
What’s the latest news involving Tottenham?
Tottenham’s fortunes in the next couple of years could hinge on whether they finish fourth or above, and more importantly, back Conte in the transfer window.
And it’s clear that Daniel Levy is putting his full trust into the ex-Chelsea and Inter Milan manager, who’s done a fine job in taking the club from ninth to the top four in less than seven months.
As a result, the club’s owners have injected a further £150m into the club, which is set to improve matters both on and off the pitch.
The Tottenham chairman said: “The delivery of a world-class home was always a key building block in driving diversified revenues to enable us to invest in the teams and support our ambitions to be consistently competing at the highest levels of European football.”
What did O’Rourke say about Tottenham?
With the north Londoners set for an exciting summer, O’Rourke knows how crucial this financial boost could be to Spurs’ hopes of delivering Conte some of his top targets.
He told GIVEMESPORT: “It’s a huge boost for Tottenham to get this transfer kitty, war chest to work with in the summer transfer window.
“All reports are suggesting that Conte is possibly looking at bringing in as many as six players, so he is going to need a big budget if he is going to sign the top players that he will be looking to improve this Tottenham squad, so getting that money is going to be a big boost for Tottenham and Conte going into the summer window.”
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Which players could Tottenham sign?
With an extra £150m in the bank, Tottenham could really mean business in the upcoming window.
In terms of defenders, Conte wants Eintracht Frankfurt man Filip Kostic and Nottingham Forest loanee Djed Spence remains on his radar, while Alessandro Bastoni, who he worked with at Inter Milan, is one of his main centre-back targets.
Midfielder wise, a host of Premier League names have been mentioned, including Christian Eriksen, Youri Tielemans, John McGinn and Brighton’s Yves Bissouma, while Football.London believe that Spurs have identified up to seven strikers they would like to sign.