Antonio conte says "anything is possible" amid Chelsea exit talk

Aubrey Yates
January 13, 2018

Conte was given a four-match ban in 2012 for failing to report match fixing when he was in charge of Siena.

"I think that, maybe, in the next game against Norwich he could be available and in contention", Conte said. Or you can expect contempt.

Antonio Conte says the feeling of "contempt" with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is mutual. Then he insulted me for the second time, but now I change and now [I feel] contempt and for me, contempt means: "end of the story".

We should, as Capello warned, be fearful of an insult-mongering Mourinho, but we should take extra notice of the Special One descending into a pregnant, contempt-fuelled silence.

Antonio Conte says "everything is possible" when it comes to his future at Chelsea, but insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge.

Having outlined what a unique opportunity Sánchez presents for a club, Conte was asked to explain why Chelsea seem content to allow the 29-year-old to join Manchester United or City.

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Conte was then asked if he was surprised by the speculation surrounding his job, to which he said: "I'm not surprised because we're not talking about my work".

The club are preparing for the worst case by already looking for potential replacements, and according to the London Evening Standard, they have identified Juventus Manager Masimilliano Allegri and Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as their prime targets.

"I'm happy. I'm enjoying my period here". Soon after the turn of the year, Mourinho added further fuel to this feud and while asking about his reported unhappiness at the club, the Portuguese quoted, "Because I don't behave as a clown on the touchline?"

"The first thing I have to find is the right balance". In both systems we are conceding less but, with both systems, we are scoring less than last season. "I think that, a lot of times, Mourinho (likes to concentrate on) what is happening at Chelsea".

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