Antonio Conte denies Chelsea exit claims

Italian giants, Ac Milan has spoken concerning rumour of sacking their current manager and replacing him with Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has denied reports which suggested that he is looking to leave the club in the near future.

There have been countless reports linking Conte with a move back to Italy, despite only being a year into his successful tenure at Chelsea.

"For two weeks I am reading wrong things", he said.

"I said one day in the future I would like to go back".

"I have two years left on my contract with Chelsea and I am happy to work for this club, with my players, I like to work with them".

"I like to have this great feeling with our fans, I don't see a problem".

'Another situation I want to clarify is my family is staying with me here. My daughter is going to school here. The Blues boss was interviewed by RadioUno where he supposedly said: "Not a doubt in my mind that I will be home before long".

The Premier League title victor has also revealed his family have finally made the move to London and there are no plans to make a U-turn any time soon.

Conte also played down suggestions Andrea Pirlo, who he managed when with Italy and Juventus, could join his coaching team at Chelsea when his playing career with New York City ends in December.

Conte said: 'I knew he chose to retire and finish his career in December with NY.

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