Conte unable to confirm that he will be at Chelsea next season

Ross Barkley

Conte unable to confirm that he will be at Chelsea next season

Just like when your mother said she wasn't angry with you but rather disappointed, the 54-year-old has provided a deadpanning, truly Godfather-esque response to Conte's outburst.

The Italian report points to the fact that Allegri is an ambitious Coach who has admitted that he has been learning English, but in truth it would be a hard operation to bring him to Chelsea.

Chelsea are 16 points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City and Conte feels he has been under pressure since very early in the season.

Mourinho's contract at Old Trafford runs until 2019 and, despite signing a new deal just previous year, Conte also only has about 18 months left on his deal at Stamford Bridge.

"If I didn't know football as well as I do, I would say Mourinho is making himself unemployable".

Mourinho told a news conference on Friday: "I think when a person insults another, you can expect a response".

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The future of the current Blues' head coach has come under increasing speculation this season, as the relationship between the Italian and the club's board have become strained over Chelsea's transfer policy.

"I think Leicester is a really good team, a strong team in really good form and for us it will be very hard", added the Italian, despite the fact the Foxes have won only one of their last seven matches in all competitions.

On the other hand, Allegri is contracted until 2020 with the Italian club and the Bianconeri arenot keen on letting him go. Kenedy has really struggled break into the first team and is yet to get a start in the Premier League.

Teams and fans would love their very own Sir Alex Ferguson, both in terms of his success and his longevity, but it's just not likely these days, managers move on far more quickly than they ever did previously. I'm enjoying to live in this atmosphere and to work with my players. It doesn't change the situation.

"I'm surprised, I did not think they could end up like this. We have started big work here together with the players and the club, and for sure when you start work, you need time to improve your work and to create a solid basis". I repeat, I have a lot of experience to deal with this type of situation.

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