Paratici aims to prevent Tottenham’s players from being distracted by managerial speculation.

Tottenham Hotspur’s Managing Director Fabio Paratici has urged players to remain focused on their game and not let the speculation regarding Antonio Conte’s replacement distract them. Spurs are currently searching for a new manager after parting ways with Conte on Sunday. While Cristian Stellini has been placed in charge for the rest of the season, a number of high-profile names have been linked as a more long-term replacement, including Julian Nagelsmann, Luis Enrique, and Roberto De Zerbi. However, Paratici has advised the players to remain calm and not follow media speculations. He expressed that the team should concentrate on the remaining games of the season and support Cristian and Ryan, who are managing the team.

Paratici also acknowledged the stiff competition for Champions League qualification spots, with Newcastle trailing by two points and Liverpool and Brighton also in the running. He believes the Premier League is always tough, but they will fight hard to achieve their target.

Conte’s exit came after he criticized the players and club’s hierarchy during a press conference; and Paratici acknowledged how difficult the season had been for him, compounded by the death of Gian Piero (Ventrone) and (Gianluca) Vialli and his own surgery. The club supported him through it, and ultimately, they arrived at a mutually agreed decision. Paratici stated he was confident that Cristian and Ryan could do a wonderful job managing the team.

Emerson Royal, the Spurs defender, will undergo surgery after sustaining a meniscus injury to his left knee during Brazil’s 2-1 defeat to Morocco on Saturday. The club has confirmed that he will begin his rehabilitation with their medical staff after surgery and could potentially miss the remainder of the campaign.

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Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager has taken a high-profile turn following Antonio Conte’s departure on Sunday. Since Cristian Stellini has stepped in for the remainder of the season, a number of top-flight managers have been rumored for the longer term, including Julian Nagelsmann, Luis Enrique, and Roberto De Zerbi. However, Spurs’ Managing Director, Fabio Paratici, urges the players to remain focused and not be distracted by media speculation.

Paratici is optimistic about Tottenham’s current position on the Premier League table but acknowledges that the competition is fierce. Despite Tottenham leading by two points, Newcastle and Liverpool, hot on their heels, could potentially finish above them. Thus, Paratici advises players to concentrate on the remaining games of the season and to support Cristian and Ryan, who are managing the team.

Paratici acknowledges that the season has been extremely taxing, not just for Conte, but for the entire team. However, Club supported him through his difficult time. Yet, the recent mutual agreement was in the best interest of the club. Paratici is confident Cristian and Ryan can do an excellent job managing the team.

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Unfortunately, Tottenham’s defender Emerson Royal suffered a meniscus injury to his left knee, requiring surgery after his international duty with Brazil. It is uncertain how long he would take to recover, potentially missing the remainder of the campaign. He will begin rehabilitation with the club’s medical staff after surgery.

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