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Will Conte leave Chelsea this summer?

Conte set to discuss future following season finale on Sunday

May 19, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
The Italian boss has led Chelsea back to greatness, but an offer from his home country could see him leave the Blues this summer.

Despite hitting gold during his first Premier League season, a better deal and a return to his home country could deprive the English top flight of Antonio Conte's tactics.

 

The Italian boss has been tempted by Inter Milan to lead their new project next season, and even though the current EPL winner with Chelsea is still under contract, the neroazzurri are ready to make him an offer he can't refuse.

Speaking in Friday's pre-match press conference, Conte admitted he'll discuss his future with Chelsea's execs, but he'll do so once their season comes to a close next week after the FA Cup final.

"I have two years' contract to go. It's important to underline this. It's very important to finish the season and be focused, be concentrated, on our targets," Conte stated.

The Italian went on and revealed what Chelsea will play for this Sunday.

"We have two targets. To try to win the 30th game in this league, which is an unbelievable target for us. And then to help Thibaut (Courtois) to win the golden glove. And also to prepare the right way for the final of the FA Cup against Arsenal. Then I think every single player, the coach and the manager, we have the time to discuss with our club," Conte added.

Conte's contract with Chelsea grants the Italian tactician £6.5M per season, good enough to be the fifth best-paid coach in the EPL behind Guardiola (£15M), Mourinho (£13.8M), Wenger (£8.3M) and Klopp (£7M). Inter Milan's Chinese investors are ready to make him one of the best paid tacticians in the world, which could see the former Italy manager returning to his home country after one season abroad.


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