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His managerial heroics in Italy has attracted the interest of Spurs chairman Daniel Levy who wants him at his club next season.
That's according to Corriere dello Sport who say the Premier League outfit have begun initial discussions with a second meeting planned.
Of course, Conte has already managed in England's top flight, leading Chelsea to glory with their league triumph in 2016. He also won the FA Cup during his spell at Stamford Bridge.
Levy is on the hunt for a new Spurs manager following the ruthless sacking of Jose Mourinho last month.
The Portuguese, who will manage AS Roma next season, was dismissed the week of the Carabao Cup final, which they ultimately lost under interim head coach Ryan Mason.
Conte could return to these shores after guiding Inter to domestic success and speaking about his future, he refused to rule out a move away from Milan.
He told Sky Italia: "We have thought a lot about the present, leading Inter back to the title after so many years was too important.
"Now the club president is here and there are four games left."
The former Juventus manager added: "There will be time to talk together and understand the situation, to try and organise ourselves and see what comes from it.
"For now, I'm enjoying the moment with my family, the players and the club."
Will Conte return to England? Watch this space.
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