Antonio Conte: I 'suffered' while Chelsea won the title

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Even this early in the season Antonio Conte, who is reportedly growing unhappy at Chelsea, has been heavily linked with a move to Milan.

If Milan don't experience a good level of success this season, which presumably means qualifying for the Champions League at the very least, Montella's position may not be as tenable as it now is.

"Another situation I want to clarify is my family stay with me here, not in Italy".

"For two weeks I am reading wrong things", he said. "At the same time, I always say our job is hard and is odd".

Conte signed an upgraded two-year contract at Chelsea in the summer, but it was not an extension of the original three-year deal he agreed when he joined the club in 2016. I like to work with my players and like to have this great feeling with our fans. "My daughter is going to school here in Cobham and it's important to write the truth". Sometimes I hate this job, because sometimes you lose your life.


"You know very well the importance of Kante in our team".

Chelsea this week reminded Musonda that he has to earn his place in the first team, and Conte said: "I spoke with him and I think Charly understood his mistake". This year will be better because they are moving to England from Italy.

We've also heard a lot of narratives related to Conte being at odds with Chelsea club leadership, butting heads with his superiors and therefore being on the hot seat.

Meanwhile, Conte played down the chances of Andrea Pirlo joining the Chelsea coaching staff following his retirement from playing at the end of the MLS season. We have [Eden] Hazard, Willian and Pedro, and usually two play, so this season could be good to show he deserves to play.

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