“I really don’t know at the moment [who I will next coach]. I’ll go to a team with a project that convinces me”.
Those are the words of former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who confirmed that he currently doesn’t have an agreement with any club regarding a return to the touchline. The Italian has been without a club since leaving Stamford Bridge and being replaced by Maurizio Sarri, with several clubs being linked with a move for him since then. The latest has been Serie A side Roma, who have reportedly lined him up as one of two possible targets – alongside Sarri himself.
Conte has long since been viewed as a controversial yet successful figure in the world of football management, and yet despite that, his reputation has served him pretty well over the years.
He was able to end his time with the Blues by lifting the FA Cup trophy last May, but there are question marks from some regarding whether or not he can continue to manage at an elite level.
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