Antonio Conte doesn’t seem encouraged to see off the final year of his contract at Chelsea.
The Italian manager was reportedly unhappy last summer and on the verge of leaving Stamford Bridge but he ended up staying at the club.
Gabriele Marcotti from ‘The Times’ sees Conte’s exit likely but neither the manager nor the club want to make the first move.
Marcotti commented: “I don’t think he wants to resign, but I don’t think he necessarily wants to stay either, and I don’t think the club wants him to stay either, but they don’t want to sack him.”
Conte’s issues with Chelsea came because they weren’t delivering the type of players he asked for in the transfer market, while the club’s issue with the 48-year-old are that he wears his players out and that could be one of the reasons they dropped in form after winning the league in his first year in charge of the club.
If Conte parted ways with Chelsea, PSG would be a likely destination since Unai Emery failed to make the impact they demanded.