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Juventus have already responded to Chelsea's interest in Allegri

13 Enero 2018

That is also the thrill of it.

Barely a week goes by without talk of Antonio Conte's future at Chelsea, with the Italian's face frequently plastered on the back pages of newspapers, and his name regularly cropping up on social media.

When Allegri initially replaced Conte at Juventus, it did not go down well with the Juventus fans but he eventually won them over.

"I have another year of (my) contract with this club", Conte said.

The most relevant moment of its use came when Cesc Fabregas wanted a penalty following a Danny Welbeck challenge after 88 minutes, but play continued after referee Martin Atkinson consulted VAR Neil Swarbrick and it was determined Welbeck got the ball.

He added: "For the manager of this club it's normal to have this type of situation, also if you won last season the league and you reached the final in the FA Cup". He's a great player and he knows very well in my first season in Juventus we tried to buy him from Udinese.

"You must trust in your work".

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"Then he insulted me for a second time but now I change".

It was very much on show during Chelsea's clash with Arsenal in the Carabao Cup semi-final on Wednesday.

In one moment you stay here and in another you are in another place and another person replaces you. "We have to kill a match off", he said. Admittedly Stoke were shocking, but both Pedro and Willian in particular demonstrated their goal-scoring capabilities and appetite for attacking play as the Potters were put to the sword. England is changing this equation.

"Before, a manager was in charge for many years".

Chelsea have made a fast start to the January transfer window by wrapping up a £15 million deal to sign Ross Barkley from Everton.

"[His situation] is more clear now", Conte said of Barkley.

"Conte has been doing exactly the same as Mourinho".

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"We are talking about a top player and you can buy him for a price not so high".

Meanwhile, bookies Paddy Power have Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as favourite for the Chelsea job if Conte decides to move on.

Antonio Conte opens up about the liklihood of him staying at Chelsea after his contract runs out next summer. "Only once or twice, but he wasn't ready to train a full session".

Juventus have already responded to Chelsea's interest in Allegri