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4/02/2018

CHELSEA LEGEND EXPLAINS WHY ANTONIO CONTE "CAN’T WAIT TO LEAVE" AMID ITALY & PSG LINKS

CHELSEA LEGEND EXPLAINS WHY ANTONIO CONTE "CAN’T WAIT TO LEAVE" AMID ITALY & PSG LINKS
Antonio Conte is counting down the days for when his time at Chelsea comes to a end, according to Gianluca Vialli.
Speculation over the Italian tactician's future at Stamford Bridge has been a hot topic in the media for the majority of the season and the situation has heightened following the 3-1 loss at the hands of rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon.
That result in west London means the Blues are now eight points adrift in the race to seal a top four spot in the Premier League with just seven games of the campaign to play.
In all likelihood it means there will be no Champions League football at the Bridge next season and there's a belief that neither will Conte - despite winning the title in his debut year in English football.
Whether he's sacked or opts to walk away remains to be seen, but Vialli - a former player/manager for Chelsea - insists his compatriot can't wait for the day when he's free from the club.
 “Conte can’t wait to leave Chelsea,” Vialli told Sky Sport Italia, as reported by Football Italia.
“He can’t stand that they sell or buy players without consulting him. The truth is, Chelsea would like a manager who is more of a club man.






“Whether it’s the Nazionale or Paris Saint-Germain, he’ll find a place where he can start winning something important again. There will be a queue of contracts for him to sign.”
Conte and Chelsea can still salvage what has been a rather disappointing campaign.
They have an FA Cup semi-final against Southampton to look forward to later this month, therefore Conte could have the chance to avenge last year's defeat in the final by Arsenal.
Before that clash at Wembley, the Blues welcome West Ham United to the Bridge and also have back-to-back away games against the Saints as well as Burnley.




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