Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte believes that Daniel Levy knows his thoughts about transfers while apologizing for an interview he gave to the Italian media. In the interview, he revealed that the club’s transfer window dealings had weakened the squad considerably. The club missed out on the signings of Adama Traore and Luis Diaz while completing the signings of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur on loan.
“They asked me about the January transfer window and if I was happy, and I said the club did the best that they could do,” Antonio Conte said that Daniel Levy is aware of his thoughts on transfers. “We lost four important players for Tottenham, because these players that we sent away on loan, Tottenham paid a lot of money for. When you pay a lot of money, we’re talking about important players for the club. [We need] To pay attention in the future because we need players to be used to playing in this league.”
“In my last interview, I said numerically [Spurs are weaker] when you lose four players – and I repeat, important players for Tottenham because they spent a lot of money – and you sign two players,” he added. “If before I had 20-30 players, now I have 18 players and numerically you could be a bit weaker. Then I also said about [Dejan] Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur, as a squad we are more complete. I think I was very clear, but I don’t understand why someone wants to try to create a problem between me.”
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