Conte poured gasoline over fire following Tottenham’s defeat at Burnley when he suggested that he could walk away from the club.


Spurs have lost four of their last five league games and their chances of being in the top four are hanging by a thread.



The Italian is not reportedly expected to leave Spurs imminently and he was believed to be trying to rally the players into action.


But it has been claimed that not many at Spurs expect Conte to be at the club at the start of next season.



The 52-year-old will not resign or walk away right now as it is likely to affect the compensation he could get.


Tottenham also do not have an appetite to let him go with Daniel Levy desperate for him to work out after two disappointing managerial appointments.



But given Conte’s complaints and his urge to fight for trophies, he is unlikely to be at Tottenham next season.


He is also likely to wait until the summer to see what jobs could be opening up around European football before deciding to move on from Spurs.