- Antonio Conte’s agent will meet with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday
- Tension between the Chelsea boss and the board will likely see him leave the club in the summer
- PSG were knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday by Real Madrid
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Paris Saint-Germain will talk with Antonio Conte’s agent in a bid to lure the Blues head coach away from Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, L’Equipe reports via The Standard.
Despite being under contract at Chelsea until 2019, the relationship between the Italian and the club is seemingly beyond repair.
The 48-year-old has publicly criticised the board this season, mainly over transfer dealings in both the past summer and January.
After PSG failed to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid, it appears the Ligue 1 leaders are ready to hire Conte in Unai Emery’s place, as L’Equipe reports.
L’Equipe also understands that Conte’s agent, Federico Pastorello, will be in the French capital on Tuesday to discuss his client’s potential move.
With a crunch Champions League second leg match against Barcelona along with the importance of Chelsea finishing in the top four, stability from behind the scenes continues to be a problem.