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Antonio Conte's potential next job after Chelsea

02 February 2018

Antonio Conte is reportedly "eager to return" as Italy manager, according to the new head of the Italy Football Federation, Roberto Fabbricini (via The Daily Mail).

"The only thing I can tell you is that I have 18 months of a contract and my will is to stay here".

Fourth-placed Chelsea are now 18 points behind leaders Manchester City following Wednesday's surprise 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth.

The Italian Football Association have revealed that Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is "eager" for a second spell in charge of the country's national team.

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It has also been claimed that his former global team-mate Alessandro Costacurta will travel to London to try to persuade Conte to take charge of Italy again. The arrivals of Olivier Giroud and Emerson Palmieri in the final days of the January transfer window have bolstered Conte's squad, but he indicated that both will need time to regain full fitness.

"Maybe he forgot that I have 18 months with contract at Chelsea and my will and desire is to fulfill this contract". [Antonio] Conte seems eager to return for another experience with the Azzurri, [Carlo] Ancelotti, from what I read on the papers, is opening and closing the door [to the national team], [Claudio] Ranieri also needs considering.

"There has been speculation that I will be sacked, but my focus is on continuing with my team".

'We have to start talks soon, ' said Costacurta of their search for an Italy boss.

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"I don't see any problems with this". I am not interested in this and my only desire is to do my work.

"People have contracts with clubs all over the world, or personal engagements with clubs or national teams which we are not necessarily aware of".

"We have the best researchers, best chefs and even the best Coaches in the world".

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