Conte eyeing Ndombele-Alli revival, Tottenham fans hail Bergwijn improvement

Antonio Conte File Photos File photo dated 20-08-2017 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Antonio Conte File Photos File photo dated 20-08-2017 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Conte eyeing Ndombele and Alli revival

Antonio Conte was recently appointed as the manager of Tottenham Hotspur.

According to Football London, the Italian is now looking to get the best out of his fringe players and he is looking to get the likes of Tanguy Ndombele and Dele Alli firing on all cylinders again.

Ndombele has struggled to showcase his qualities on a consistent basis since his move from Lyon and Conte would do well to get the best out of the Frenchman.

He was regarded as one of the finest midfield prospects around Europe before his move to Spurs, and if he can fulfil his potential at the London club,  Conte could have a top-class player on his hands.

It is a similar situation with Alli, who has struggled to produce top performances since the departure of Mauricio Pochettino.

The England international was once regarded as the successor to Frank Lampard but his form has dipped considerably and he has been linked with a move away from the London club for a while now.

Getting the best out of the two midfielders would not only improve the squad as a whole it could also end up saving Tottenham millions in the transfer market.

Both players are exceptional talents who have proven their qualities in the past and it remains to be seen whether the Italian can help them recapture their peak form in the coming months.

Spurs fans hail Bergwijn performances

Meanwhile, the Tottenham fans are quite excited about the impact Conte has already had on the players.

The Londoners were impressed with the performance of winger Steven Bergwijn in the World Cup qualifiers.

The Dutch international has been a key player for his country in recent matches and the Tottenham fans believe that working with Conte has helped the player regain his form and confidence.

Bergwijn was signed by Jose Mourinho for a fee of £25 million back in 2020 but he struggled to adapt to the Premier League and perform at a high level consistently.

The Dutch winger was highly rated during his time in the Eredivisie. If he manages to replicate that form in the Premier League, he could be a key player for Antonio Conte this season.