Tottenham coach Conte denies speculation about the possibility of coaching Paris Saint-Germain

LONDON: On Friday, Tottenham Hotspur manager Antonio Conte denied reports that he would leave the Premier League at the end of the season to join Paris St Germain if Mauricio Pochettino were sacked. Paris Saint-Germain won the French first division title with four games to go but were knocked out of the French Cup and knocked out of the European Champions League in the round of 16 by Real Madrid, which raised doubts about Pochettino’s future. And the Italian Conte, who arrived at Tottenham last November with an 18-month contract, is among the many prominent names appointed to coach the club French. “It is good that others club they appreciate my work, but I don’t like people saying things to create problems and controversy, “Conte told reporters before his team’s league game against Leicester City. club cited and my players. “I laugh at this kind of news. People who bring such news should show respect for all parties and not make up news false and work to spread them. “Conte urged Spurs players and fans to focus on the end of the season in the top four in Premier League and Champions League qualification. Tottenham are fifth in championship with 58 points in 33 games, two points behind Arsenal, fourth in classification. Manchester United are sixth with 55 points and have played two games in more than the London duo. “Right now our fans need to be completely focused,” said Conte. We need to focus on an important goal. “We have a great chance of getting a seat in Champions League. “We are working very hard and the players are completely focused. There is a lot of talk about this opportunity. “We have to live this situation with passion, enthusiasm and joy. We deserve to fight for a place in Champions League. “The Tottenham manager also provided an update on the condition of midfielder Oliver Skipp, who will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery for a groin injury.” I spoke to the doctors, “Conte said. They said the surgery was successful and that Oliver will definitely be ready in pre-season. “Tottenham host Leicester City in tenth place on Sunday. (Reuters)