Antonio Conte to leave Chelsea next season


He said: "I don't know, I don't know".

"I'm giving - the players are giving - everything".

However, they are now clear favourites to win the FA Cup this season and in current form it would take a fearless man to bet against them. It means that our value is this.

"I have my opinion but I'm very exhausted of always repeating the same things". How many times does he make what I would call the Freddie Ljungberg run, you could call them the Ji-Sung Park run, you could call them the Leroy Sane run, Raheem Sterling's doing it. I don't know about this, but we didn't speak about a project. The commitment of the players is top. "Despite this if you stay in this position you must be a bit anxious", added Conte. "We must be a bit anxious about this".

The win, which saw Spurs come from behind secure their first win at Stamford Bridge since 1990, was one that shattered several narratives: that Spurs had a poor record away against the top six, that they can't win at Stamford Bridge, that they always fold in the big games. 'We must be strong to accept this type of situation. "They've played second fiddle, not only to Arsenal for a long time, but (also) Chelsea with their success in there". Alvaro Morata scored early, then faded into anonymity.

"Conte can't wait to leave". Odds of an exit have narrowed as the season and complaints have gone on.

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The Italian coach is enduring a hard campaign, with the Blues' defeat to Tottenham on Sunday effectively ending their hopes of Champions League qualification.

With only seven matches left in the season, Chelsea will likely be playing Europa League next season. He is, after all, a manager in demand in Italy and at PSG in France.

Following last seasons' Premier League title win, the former coach of the Azzurri started making noises about the quality of players he wanted to recruit with names like Arturo Vidal and Alex Sandro on his list.

He said: "I am so happy, we are so happy for our fans because after 28 years we have won at Stamford Bridge again and that is a massive thing again, for our fans and for Tottenham".

Chelsea's star playmaker Eden Hazard, on the contrary, simply went through the motions, as did many of his teammates, starved of creativity, lacking imagination when on the ball and determination without it - a forlorn shadow of the previous season. He spent most of the day defending his record - whether it was in the programme notes or in the post match press conference - showing his 12 minute rant last month about his tenure clearly is his theme of the moment.