Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte Hints Return to Italy Sooner than Later

Posted September 26, 2017

The Chelsea boss signed a new contract in the summer but didn't extend his deal - just increasing his salary after winning the Premier League title.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insists he will one day return to his homeland of Italy to manage. I have had handsome and formative experiences here, but I will definitely return to Italy.

"I don't know when it will be, but I'll come back".

And now Conte has spoken of his wish to return to Italy, where he previously managed the national team and lead Juventus to three successive league titles between 2012-14.

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"For me, it was my first year overseas and it was great to win at the first attempt".

"I have nostalgia for Italy, this is beyond doubt", said Conte. I want to make some great experiences and move back to Italy afterwards.

"The job of being a coach is the most precarious job ever". Today you are in one place and tomorrow in another.

"It depends on the results, but there's desire on my part to try to do the best I can, finishing one project and then finding the right one to continue".

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"This experience has given me so much, has improved me so much, but perhaps in the future I won't be a manager. I'd love to do the manager in the future as well".

"Definitely the English league is very, very hard because there are six sides challenging for it, and this year there are even more big clubs, with the two Manchester clubs back who didn't do so well last year".

His side face a tricky tie away to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Wednesday before returning to Premier League action in a crunch game with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in the Saturday evening kick-off.

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