Antonio Conte will meet Tottenham chief executive Fabio Paratici for talks in Turin on Friday amid growing confidence that the head coach will remain in charge next season.
Conte has repeatedly refused to guarantee he will stay on next season, despite still having one year left on his contract, but the club believe he is committed to the project.
The 52-year-old has been on holiday with his family in Italy since Spurs secured a Champions League comeback against Norwich on Sunday and Paratici flew to Turin to meet him in the city where the pair worked together at the Juventus.
They are preparing to discuss the upcoming summer transfer window, with Conte having publicly demanded that Spurs spend “a lot of money” on “important players”. The club have been boosted by a £150m injection from ENIC owners this week.
Conte has lived in a hotel since joining Spurs in early November, with his wife and teenage daughter remaining in Italy, but is believed to be enjoying life in north London and is happy with the plans for the club.
Conte and Paratici are expected to discuss entries, with Conte believed to want at least six new players, as well as departures, with a number of squad players waiting to find out their fate.