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Mourinho Ready To End Feud With Conte

13 January 2018, 05:11 | Ken Black

GETTYRoss Barkley has been backed to shine at Chelsea and win his place back for England

Ross Barkley

"What is with Chelsea that agitates coaches?"

The latest dose of rumours reveal that Chelsea are set to ditch Conte at the end of the season and replace him with his fellow countryman, Massimiliano Allegri, who just so happens to be the manager that succeeded him at Juventus.

I have another year of contract at this club, but everything is possible.

"I wouldn't blame Conte for taking the lid off his own anger with Mourinho and I thought he described him perfectly as "a little man"," he said. Football is like this. Our job is very hard.

The Daily Mail has reported that Spanish club Sevilla want to sign Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi on loan before the January transfer window closes.

"It is normal for the manager of this club to have this type of situation", he said.

29 July 2017: Conte says that he must avoid "a Mourinho season" as the champions attempt to defend their Premier League title.

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Blaming the conflict on personal issues rather than professional, Conte said to BBC Sport: "This is not a problem from the club, it is a problem between me and him".

"I think we both said things, and we'll see what happens in future". "I don't know how I can answer you". "Football now is very hard to stay for many years for one club, especially in England now". "Now all of a sudden you decide to sack managers earlier".

Reports have circulated all season long that Roman Abramovich could replace the Italian at the end of the season, and the Premier League winning manager hasn't ruled it out, despite insisting that he is happy at the club.

But the 48-year-old has cut a frustrated figure at Stamford Bridge this season and there have been widespread reports of unrest behind the scenes.

Conte has called on his players to show a more ruthless instinct in front of goal and, with Leicester due at Stamford Bridge this weekend, Courtois echoed his manager's words.

"He consulted other doctors, other opinions and we all make the decision to stop, treatment, and when [he's] feeling really good come back to the work".



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