Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte plans to return to management next season.
This is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who claims that Conte is ready for a new project if he does not work with another big club.
Romano Tweeted: “Antonio Conte is currently planning to return next season with a new project, if not something big with the club’s top official calls.”
Conte won a two-year victory in the Premier League with Chelsea as he won the title in 2017 and the FA Cup a year later.
The Italian manager has been out of action since the summer when he left Inter Milan for the first Serie A championship in 11 years.
The 52-year-old has been in high demand since Premier League clubs were on red alert.
The former Italy boss was interviewed for the post of Tottenham’s head coach in the summer, just to say goodbye.
It was later reported that Ole Gunnar would be ready to take over from Manchester United if he left for Solskjیرr.
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However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Sky Sports reporter Gianluca Di Marzio said: “He will accept only one winning plan.
“So I don’t think he will accept Arsenal and that’s why he didn’t tell Tottenham.
“I think he will only accept when Manchester United call.”
Conte has also been shortlisted to replace Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman.
The list includes former Joe boss Andrea Perlo and former Germany manager Joachim Loew, as well as Barca legend Zavi.
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