Published: Sun, March 05, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Conte assures Chelsea fans he's going nowhere amidst Inter links

Conte assures Chelsea fans he's going nowhere amidst Inter links

Antonio Conte has played down reports linking him with Inter Milan but has admitted that being separated from his family has been hard.

Tuttosport reports that Conte has been offered a huge four-year contract worth €15 million ($21m) per season by Inter's wealthy Chinese owners the Suning Group.

After signing the new deal, Moses told Chelsea's official website: "I feel very excited". Usually, when you start a project with a new team you want to stay many years and to build something important with the club. "I hope to stay to win a lot for this club".

'If you ask me if my family is missing me, honestly, I have to say yes, they are.

Conte gained notoriety by leading Juventus to three straight Scudetti while in charge from 2011 to 2014.

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Chelsea have lost once in 20 games in all competitions since they were beaten in the League Cup at the London Stadium in October, and have dropped only 15 league points all season.

And Conte is aware of the precarious nature of management, particularly at Chelsea where owner Roman Abramovich has regularly wielded the managerial axe. "The only problem for me this season was the family".

"The most important thing is the success of the club, the players and the manager".

Among the targets for Inter this summer is Alexis Sanchez, a player which Chelsea would find hard to sign, given Arsenal will block any impending move to a direct league rival. "For sure, from now until the end, the pressure will be very high but we must live with this and we have good experience to face this situation". If he shows me he deserves to play, I'm ready to put him in the starting 11.

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