Fabio Paratici has reportedly agreed personal terms with Tottenham and will soon sign his contract with Spurs.
According to Goal.com’s Romeo Agresti, Paratici has reached an agreement with the North London club and will sign his contract with Tottenham in the next few days.
Paratici gave his last press conference at Juventus on Friday admitting that his family ‘hopes’ he can get straight back to work.
Paratici spent 11 years at Juventus winning 19 trophies and signing many important players from Cristiano Ronaldo to Matthijs de Ligt.
He was first hired as the club’s sporting director, reporting to CEO Beppe Marotta.
When the latter left the Allianz Stadium in 2018, Paratici became Juventus’ CFO and was in charge of transfers and the club’s finances.
“Going through Juve means becoming a better professional and a better person,” Paratici said at his press conference yesterday, fighting back tears.
“I will work with other clubs and hope to find the same passion and love for what we do that I experienced here. I am thankful for the total autonomy I was granted and the chance to experiment, always with absolute confidence in me.”
Antonio Conte is not expected to join him in North London as the former Inter coach has not reached an agreement with Tottenham.
#Paratici ha accettato la proposta del #Tottenham: nei prossimi giorni la firma // Paratici has accepted #THFC bid: he‘ll sign on next days his contract with Spurs @GoalItalia @goal
— Romeo Agresti (@romeoagresti) June 5, 2021