Antonio Conte, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, has opted to continue at the club next season after leading them back into the Champions League.
Spurs beat Norwich 5-0 on the last day of the Premier League to finish fourth, one place ahead of Arsenal.
Conte, on the other hand, refused to pledge his future to the club following that encounter.
On Friday, the Italian tactician met with managing director Fabio Paratici in Turin.
According to The Telegraph, the pair discussed summer transfer prospects, and Conte has now decided to stay at Tottenham.
Having replaced Nuno Espirito Santo last November, the 52-year-old won 17 of his 28 league games in charge.
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