The big question on everyone’s mind right now is, will Antonio Conte stay at Stamford Bridge next season.
One of the biggest rumours floating around is that Inter Milan are keen to sign on the Italian, however, that speculation came from an interview in which the Milan boss said the are looking for a manger like Conte.
Conte has had a tough life in London since the move over, mainly due to missing his Wife and daughter who stayed back in Italy so the little one could finish school.
But now it seems they may be making the move over to London as Conte stated that his daughter is registered for School in the UK.
During an interview with outlet La Repubblica, the 47-year-old Italian admitted his goal is to make his side more consistent, however, may not be able to stay if Elisabetta and Vittoria do not leave Italy.
“My objective is to lay the foundations so Chelsea can continue to win,” Conte said as per the Daily Mail.
“This is already a big club, but it’s inconsistent. They won the Champions League, then went out in the first round. They won the Premier League and then finished 10th. Chelsea need to find stability at the top.
“I will speak to Roman Abramovich soon.
“It’s not all happiness and light. The arrival was, but the journey wasn’t. With my wife Elisabetta in January we decided that Vittoria would finish school in Turin, even if she was already registered to start in London.
“However, if I am to stay, then they will come and stay with me. It will be a great opportunity for my daughter to live in a foreign country. I’ll tell you one thing for sure, I won’t have another year on my own.”
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