Antonio Conte commits to Chelsea after 'year of suffering'

Posted October 16, 2017

However, while it spells bad news for Montella, it certainly does open up a few options for Antonio Conte, who has already admitted that he would like to return back home to Italy at some point.

If Milan don't experience a good level of success this season, which presumably means qualifying for the Champions League at the very least, Montella's position may not be as tenable as it now is.

The Chelsea manager won the title last season in his debut campaign.

"For two weeks I am reading wrong things", he said.

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Conte signed an upgraded two-year contract at Chelsea in the summer, but it was not an extension of the original three-year deal he agreed when he joined the club in 2016. "If you want to do this job, to be a good coach, a great coach, you must sacrifice your life and sometimes I hate this".

'One day in the future but I know very well my position. "When [you] want to write something it is important to write the truth and my family stays here, not in Italy". "I trained a team of elementary school kids", he told GQ.

Conte explained that he felt as though as a result of the number of teams vying for the league title, the competition is more fierce, therefore making the Premier League the most intense in the world. When I chose to utilise him in midfield against Tottenham I played with three central midfielders.

There have been countless reports linking Antonio Conte with a move back to Italy, despite only being a year into his successful reign at Chelsea. And in my mind, there's no doubt I will be home before long. "I am sure about this because he is a talented player and I am sure about his career - if his attention is more on the pitch and not on social media".