Conte eyes a move for Manchester United defender Bailey in the January window

Spurs manager Antonio Conte is reported to be interested in bringing Manchester United defender Eric Bailly to north London.

The Italian replaced Nuno Espirito Santo at Tottenham Hotspur earlier this month.

Conte previously had advanced talks with Tottenham in June about becoming Jose Mourinho’s successor, but they broke up after the two sides fell out over key issues.

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Several players have been linked with a move to north London since Conte’s appointment, including Milan’s Frank Kessie and Inter Milan defender Stephan de Vrij.

The former Chelsea boss is keen to improve his side’s defense line after Christian Romero’s injury, with Pele stating that he is a priority.

This is according to journalist Duncan Castles, who stated in Podcast transfer window The Ivorian could be one of two midfielders targeted by Conte.

Bayley has fallen out of the standings at Old Trafford in recent seasons, with the summer signing of Raphael Varane limiting first-team chances.

The 27-year-old has made just three appearances this season, scoring an own goal in his first Premier League game against Manchester City.

according to the sunAnd Billy was ‘especially angry’ When he failed to start his away match against Leicester earlier this month, Harry Maguire returned from injury instead.

The report adds that the defender “now wonders why he was encouraged to sign a new contract” recently and “there is some sympathy within the squad” for the Ivorian player.

while, Ralph Rangnick has reportedly reached an agreement with Man United to be its interim manager.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been left out after United’s 4-1 defeat at Watford last weekend, with Michael Carrick taking over as interim manager.

But the Red Devils have made it clear that they are looking to hire a temporary manager to keep the fort until the end of the season, and the athlete They reported that they now had their man.

Rangnick is leaving his job as Head of Sports and Development at Lokomotiv Moscow to take up this position.


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