Former Chelsea coach Antonio Conte has dropped a major hint about his future.
The Italian who guided Chelsea to a league title in his debut season has been out of a job since last summer after things fell off rather drastically with the Chelsea board.
He is currently locked in a legal battle with the Blues and has hinted he might be close to a return to management in Italy this summer.
“There’s a good chance [I’ll coach in Italy], as well as abroad,” he told Italian TV channel Italia 1. “But there’s also a chance I will stay put. My priority is to get a job at a club that will allow me to fight for titles.
“There’s a 60 per cent chance I’ll stay in Italy, 30 per cent chance I’ll go abroad and 10 per cent chance I’ll carry on waiting.”
When asked about his chances of managing Juventus, AS Roma, AC Milan, Inter Milan or Paris Saint Germain, he said, “I can’t say if I will coach any of these teams because at the minute there’s nothing.” He went on to add, “Personally I haven’t heard from any club, it’s a bit early.”
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