Antonio Conte to Tottenham? Daniel Levy told to lure former Chelsea boss as Jose Mourinho’s successor or risk losing Harry Kane

Antonio Conte should be at the very top of Tottenham’s managerial wish list.

That is according to talkSPORT host Adrian Durham, who believes Spurs should be aiming higher than Graham Potter, Eddie Howe and Scott Parker – three managers who are being heavily linked with the job.

Conte won a title for Chelsea – and has just done the same at Inter

Conte, who won the Premier League title with Chelsea, led Inter Milan to a first Serie A triumph in 11 years on Sunday.

And Durham is adamant Harry Kane will be ‘out of the door like a shot’ if Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy does not appoint an elite manager.

Responding to the Potter links to Spurs, Durham said on Drivetime: “I call him Graham Plodder which is a little bit disrespectful. He is better than that, but there is a pedestrian way that Brighton play that some people seem to love.

“I look at the lack of goals and think it’s got to get better than that. Potter, Parker or Eddie Howe – and then I look at Antonio Conte, who’s just won the title at Inter Milan.

“That’s who Spurs should be trying to attract to their football club. If they go with any of the first three, with the greatest of respect to them, there’s no way Kane stays.

Kane might have to leave Tottenham for the sake of his career

“Imagine that conversation, Daniel Levy saying to Harry Kane, ‘listen, I know you’ve talked possibly about going, but I’m going to persuade you to stay because Eddie Howe is coming to manage this club’.

“Harry Kane would be out of the door like a shot.”

Kane has scored 220 goals in 332 appearances for Tottenham, but is yet to win a trophy for his beloved club.

And the England captain could leave Spurs this summer if they do not qualify for next season’s Champions League.

Ryan Mason’s side are five points below fourth-placed Chelsea with four games remaining.

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