- Antonio Conte not interested in becoming Italy manager for a second time.
- Chelsea expect him to see out his contract at Stamford Bridge.
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Antonio Conte is going nowhere.
That’s according to the Daily Star, who report that Conte is not planning on jumping ship at Stamford Bridge, despite a so-so start to the season.
Conte made his mark immediately in SW6 last term, and it proved decisive. You know the story; champions of England, equalling the record for most consecutive wins in a Premier League season, a new Premier League wins record – blah, blah, blah.
Bizarrely, there has still been a major question mark over Conte’s future at the club – but no longer, if the Daily Star’s information is accurate.
The tabloid believe that Conte has no interest in taking the reins for the Italian national team once again, and Chelsea expect him to remain at the Bridge until the end of his contract.
Enough of this nonsense
There has been a plethora of reports in recent weeks linking Conte with virtually every managerial position on the planet.
He’s ours, and he’s going nowhere. Forza Conte!