Ancelotti to replace Wenger, Conte out at Chelsea

Ancelotti to replace Wenger, Conte out at Chelsea

Ancelotti to replace Wenger, Conte out at Chelsea

"I think there is competition but at the same time don't forget you are talking about two young players and for Morata this is the first full season for him, and he is learning a lot from this experience".

The former Italy manager who insists he is happy at Chelsea, has just another season remaining on his current contract.

However, Juve allegedly have zero intention of letting Allegri leave, with the 50-year-old's contract set to run until 2020.

Chelsea Director of Communications Steve Atkins is said to have been present when the glass table top fell.

"I prefer to do it the way I do it, much more mature, better for my team and myself, you don't have to behave like a crazy guy on the touchline".

"For sure I have another year of contract and in this case I think the club has to decide to send me away".

Conte has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain as his relationship with the Chelsea board has grown increasingly fractious following disagreements over transfers and the Italian's feud with Diego Costa, which led to the striker joining Atletico Madrid.

According to Corriere dello Sport on Thursday, the Chelsea owner won't go into next season with Antonio Conte at the helm, but is keen on replacing him with one of his compatriots: Max Allegri.

Finally, the outspoken Italian refuted claims that Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde is changing the philosophy at the Catalan club by recruiting expensive players.

Conte has been under the scanner as a result of inconsistent performances this season and recurring rows with the board about transfer policies. But there is something strange when after the first game we lost against Burnley and the press pushed quickly to sack me for another coach. I am fully committed in this.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has admitted "anything is possible" regarding his future at Stamford Bridge, amid speculation linking the Italian away from the club. He's thought to be interested in working in the Premier League. "I sleep very well". Or not totally happy with his condition.

Liverpool and Tottenham are preparing themselves for a scrap over the signing of Norwich's James Maddison, reports The Mirror.

"You see Steve walk right past Antonio's car, then suddenly this massive square of glass hurtles out of nowhere and down on to it at frightening speed, sending thousands of tiny pieces flying everywhere".

Another name come up, Alexis Sanchez.

When they have somebody that wins four Premier Leagues for them, I become number two.

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