Allegri on Chelsea shortlist

Allegri on Chelsea shortlist

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri will replace Antonio Conte as Chelsea manager at the end of the season, according to shocking reports in the Italian press.

With Manchester City completely running away with the Premier League title it seems that the two coaches have created some drama to deflect from their side's underperformance compared to Pep Guardiola's men, but it seems that the feud has gone way beyond anyone could imagine. We all remember anxieties when he (Mourinho) was the Chelsea manager.

Allegri signed a new contract at Juventus previous year which ties him to the Turin club until 2020. In his latest "diss track" on Tuesday, Conte refused to escalate the row any further, but he also refrained from trying to make peace, and he certainly did not apologize for what has been said. "I won't forget this".

Allegri won the Serie A title in each of his first three seasons in Turin and his side now sit second in the table, one point behind leaders Napoli.

'However, I think that Mourinho is such a good debater, and maybe also this time he has been trying to divert the attention from his team.

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However, I think the Brazilian worldwide will have to make-do with a place on the bench on Saturday as Andreas Christensen should continue in the middle of the back three.

Midfield: Davide Zappacosta is pushing for a recall but I think Victor Moses will keep his place in the right wing-back position while Marcos Alonso is nearly certain to start on the opposite flank. "We have to improve", Conte explained. "That never happened to me and will never happen", said Mourinho at a later press conference.

Conte responded by saying Mourinho was "senile" and "a little man" for making references to the Italian's ban in Italy over alleged match-fixing, which he was later exonerated in 2016.

He's thought to be interested in working in the Premier League.

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