Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Sometimes I hate my job

Kristopher Nichols
October 16, 2017

After two years on loan and a good experience with Borussia Monchengladbach, he is here and ready to play with Chelsea.

The midfielder signed for the Blues from Monaco. The former Juventus manager did enjoy three long and successful years in Italy, winning the Serie A in each of his seasons in charge. However, those reports have been dismissed by Milan's director of football Massimiliano Mirabelli.

Mirabelli, though, insists that is not the case, telling Radio Rossonera: "We already have a manager and we are not thinking of Conte nor about other managers".

The Rossoneri have just spent a fortune, with over a £170m on 11 signings including striker and the next great thing from Portugal in Andre Silva, this summer.

As of this summer Milan are under new ownership and manager Vincenzo Montella was given free reign to splash out over £150m to get the club back to challenging Europe's elite.

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He said he often acts like a security guard for the property - often shooting people off of the land. She said that most days, she feels like she can't even leave it because something will happen.

Antonio Conte has rubbished fresh speculation that he could leave Chelsea at the end of the season and confirmed that his wife and daughter have moved to England. I did an interview two weeks ago and I am sure the translation was wrong because all I said was that one day in the future I'd like to go back to Italy.

Asked if he knew what he wanted to do after 2019, he added: "Every coach when they start work with a club, for sure you hope to stay for a long time and try to do something important for the club".

Italian giants AC Milan have firmly played down talks that they are in the process of finding a replacement for Vicenzo Montella, and are not looking into possibility of luring Antonio Conte away from Chelsea.

"I miss it, that's beyond doubt", Conte was quoted as saying by talkSPORT.

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