Here is your Tottenham morning digest on Friday, January 14.
Ralf Rangnick is United’s interim manager at the moment, with the German set to be in charge until the end of the season, with the Manchester club set to make a big decision over their next permanent boss in the summer.
O’Hara has warned his former club Spurs about losing Conte, when speaking to talkSPORT, via the Express.
He said: “I look at Antonio Conte and I haven’t seen his interviews from after the Chelsea game, but he looks defeated. We even said watching the game that he doesn’t look the same on the side as he did when he first joined.
“He’s lost that sort of – I wouldn’t say interest, but he has lost the passion a little bit. He’s looking at the side and wondering: ‘what chance have I got?’
“He’s having to play Doherty at left wing-back again.”
O’Hara added: “The players that we (Spurs) have got, that we’re possessing, Emerson Royal and Bryan Gill – signed this season, not good enough.
“Daniel Levy, if he doesn’t buy some top quality players then Antonio Conte will walk. He will walk, I’m telling you.
“If Manchester United phoned him tomorrow and said: ‘we want you’, he would seriously think about leaving.”
Conte drops Arsenal team hint
Tottenham boss Conte may have hinted at his team selection for the North London Derby against Arsenal on Sunday afternoon.
Matt Doherty, who usually plays as a right wing-back, was forced to play on the left-hand side in Spurs’ 1-0 defeat to Chelsea on Wednesday evening.
However, Doherty failed to impress, albeit out of position, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and was replaced by Ryan Sessegnon on 65 minutes.
The decision from Conte may have hinted at what he plans to do on Sunday as Spurs prepare to take on Arsenal in a huge Premier League showdown in the top four race.
Spurs fan breaks silence
The supporter involved in a medical emergency during Tottenham’s Carabao Cup semi-final second leg against Chelsea has issued an update that he is ‘ok’ despite being treated in hospital.
The cup clash was stopped temporarily on Wednesday after an incident occurring in the South Stand of Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
Supporters alerted medical staff to the situation, with referee Andre Marriner electing to pause the game whilst the affected person received treatment.
The official line from the north London club was that the incident was a ‘medical emergency’, with the affected supporter Leo then taking to Twitter shortly after the game to offer an update on his condition.
He wrote: “Unfortunately it was me, one thing I was fine next thing I was in the medical room, current waiting for tests at the hospital but I feel ok now, thank you to everyone who assisted me.”