Tottenham join transfer fight for £25m defender as Spurs stars’ stance on Antonio Conte revealed

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Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Tuesday, November 9.

Spurs join race for Monaco star

Tottenham have entered the race to sign Monaco defender Benoit Badiashile, according to a report from Italian news outlet Calciomercato.

The 20-year-old, who is valued at £25million on Transfermarkt, still has three years remaining on his contract with the Ligue 1 club, but his form in recent weeks has seen him attract interest from a host of European sides.

Badiashile established himself as a regular starter in Monaco’s team last season and Spurs have been linked with the young French defender in the past.

Tottenham are being linked with a host of defenders, with AC Milan star Alessio Romagnoli also said to be on the club’s radar.

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Spurs stars’ stance on Conte

Tottenham players have been blown away by the training sessions so far under Antonio Conte, football.london understands.

It is understood that some Spurs players are very impressed by Conte’s sessions, where the Italian has shown his man management skills, as well as his willingness to address the finer details.

It seems that the senior players at Tottenham have already been won over by the ambitious and experienced 52-year-old coach.

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Levy announces safe standing trial

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has confirmed that the club will trial safe standing areas at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the start of next year.

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On Monday morning, Levy released a statement, where the chairman commented on the successful application on the policy which is led by the Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA).

“The Club has led on lobbying the Government for safe standing at stadia and is delighted that this will now be possible. It delivers choice for fans attending the game – whether home or away supporters – and the vast majority of our fans are in favour of this scheme. We are extremely proud of our ‘safe seating’ design, which ensures both comfort and safety, whether standing or seated, while maintaining the same aesthetics as in all other areas of the stadium.”

Source by Football London

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