- Antonio Conte insists he is happy at Chelsea
- This comes after reports suggest that the Italian is dispirited at the club
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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has waved away talks of discontent with his future at the club certainly in the spotlight.
The Italian has spoken many times about his lack of input in the club’s transfer dealings, most recently after succumbing to a 2-1 defeat in the Carabao Cup semi-final against Arsenal, as The Telegraph reports.
However, when speaking to the press earlier today, Conte reiterated his satisfaction of being at Chelsea and there were no hints he wants to leave the club soon.
“There was the summer, then after the summer and nothing has changed.
“I am happy to work with my players and for this club.”
Despite the transfer extravaganza, Conte and the club must settle any differences from now till the end of the season.
For the good of everyone associated with Chelsea, it’s important that both parties are on good terms.
Blues fans want what’s best for the club even if that means the 48-year-old staying here potentially beyond the end of this campaign.