Antonio Conte’s move to Chelsea is now a done deal and the Italian manager is looking to make a move to the club with all that he needs to bring back the Blues’ lost glory.
According to the Guardian the Italian manager is looking to bring in 10 technical staff from his current job to Chelsea along with him the next season to the Stamford Bridge. Conte is out of contract in the summer and has impressed Chelsea during several discussions in the past month. Thursday’s meeting was described as “very positive”, according to a source close to the negotiations. Conte’s representatives, as well as Chelsea, are now mulling over the finer details of what could be a three‑year deal.
The manager is currently managing the national team of Azzuri for the Euro 2016 however he is looking to return to the club management once his time at Azzuri is done.
While the Manager himself has not confirmed his move to Chelsea, the same has been widely reported and as such we believe it to be true news. However his move has hit a bit of delay due to his desires to bring in 10 of his back-room staffs out of 18 who are currently present in Italy managing the National team with him.