Paratici accused of treason – “Mockery, deviation”, meeting on Lake Como, Harry Kane, Tottenham not acting normally – .

Paratici accused of treason – “Mockery, deviation”, meeting on Lake Como, Harry Kane, Tottenham not acting normally – .

The managerial situation at Tottenham Hotspur receives global coverage as the club stumble from target to target.

Italy inevitably pays a lot of attention to the saga, given that several targets for the post have been Italian or have recently worked there.

Correire dello Sport has put a lot of emphasis on Tottenham, and in particular their new Sport general manager Fabio Paratici, especially when it comes to the treatment of Paulo Fonseca.

The Portuguese manager was thought to be just an announcement before he got the post from Spurs, before the club apparently changed management and moved to Rino Gattuso instead.

Paratici is accused of betraying Fonseca, who was already working with him.

État du Corriere dello Sport: “It’s a story of illusions, mockery, hijackings, deviations. A story that goes beyond normal market dynamics. ‘

Gattuso leaving Fiorentina soon saw Fonseca being dumped, and the Italian newspaper explains that while there were likely disagreements between the manager and La Viola over transfers, he is unlikely to want to impose only the signings of Gestifute (agency of Jorge Mendes).

Oddly enough, it is explained that Paratici and Fonseca spent two days together at Lake Como, “Plan strategies and discuss every detail”. The director has reportedly assured his new coach that Harry Kane will stay at Tottenham, despite the player’s desire to leave.

Meanwhile, Fonseca’s agent Marco Abreu has struck a deal on a deal with Spurs and started the process of getting a work permit.

Then things started to run out of steam, and according to Corriere dello Sport, the reason was not related to taxation: “In reality, however, it’s Paratici who changes course when he realizes that Fonseca would like to play with his preferred form, 4-2-3-1, and not with the three-way defense. “

There was also a disagreement over the backroom staff, Paratici would have preferred a group of people from the Tottenham pool.

Still, when the pair left Como, it was believed that Fonseca would be the manager.

Paratici then changed his mind, and Fonseca is particularly annoyed that he wasn’t even informed personally, and the article states: “Fonseca learns from the papers, without even a phone call. And as you can easily guess, he doesn’t take it well at all.


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