Chelsea head-coach Antonio Conte has refused to rule out a summer exit from Stamford Bridge, after being asked about speculation regarding a move to Serie A giants Inter Milan.
Antonio Conte’s side needs three points against West Brom on Friday, and they will be crowned as the 2016/17 season English champions.
Despite haveing a successful first season at Stamford Bridge, Italian manager has been heavily linked with a return to his country with Inter Milan are ready to break the bank and offer £13m per year to lure former Juventus manager at San Siro.
Chinese group Suning has recently bought the Serie A giants, and now they are ready to splash money to return the old glory to Inter Milan.
Conte was directly asked today if he could confirm he’ll be at the club next season, but the Italian refused to rule out a summer exit from Stamford Bridge Stadium amid interest from the Serie A giants.
‘I have a contract with Chelsea for the next two years,’ said Conte.
‘It’s logical when you start working in a new club the will is to continue to improve your work.
‘For sure this is my will but now the most important thing is to reach our target. In this moment we have a great opportunity [that we] have worked very hard for over the whole season and it’s important to be ready to do this step and to celebrate together.
‘I have a contract for two years but in this moment – for the players and me – the most important this is to stay in the moment. The most important thing is not the single person, me or the future of the players.”