Antonio Conte Admits He Misses Italy

Rosalie Stanley
September 26, 2017

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte insists he will one day return to his homeland of Italy to manage. It's good to have handsome experiences, but I intend to go back to Italy one day.

"I'm nostalgic and I do not think I can stay overseas for so long", he reiterated.

And Conte hinted a move to the San Siro could be next for him, telling Radio Anch'io Sport: "I have a longing for Italy, that's beyond any doubt".

Asked me if he sees himself as a sporting director in the future, he said: "Well, I might".

Chelsea pushed to sign the former Porto star in the summer, but Juventus refused to sell the Brazil global and now they are set offer him a two-year extension to his existing deal. I don't know when, but the goal is to do that.

"China? No. Spain? It is always hard to predict the future".

"It depends on the results, but there's desire on my part to try to do the best I can, finishing one project and then finding the right one to continue".

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"This experience is helping me so much. I'd love to do the manager in the future as well".

Conte also led Italy to the quarter-finals of the European Championship previous year.

"It was the same with Sunderland".

Jose Mourinho was sacked and Guus Hiddink steadied the ship but Conte took them to the tltle and back into the Champions League.

"I don't think we've been lucky with the draw as we've got one of toughest groups", he said.

"We're back after let's call it a sabbatical year, with a lot of enthusiasm and we've got the aim to do the best in this competition, which is very hard".

"In the Champions League, you always have to bring in quality players".

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