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Antonio Conte says he is happy to stay at Chelsea but added "anything is possible" regarding his Stamford Bridge future.

The Italian report points to the fact that Allegri is an ambitious Coach who has admitted that he has been learning English, but in truth it would be a hard operation to bring him to Chelsea.

The 50-year-old's contract doesn't run out until 2020, and they'll want to keep their enigmatic coach until that date arrives. In one moment you are here and the other moment you are somewhere else. Football is like this. Anything is possible. Our job is very hard.

"I have a lot of experience to deal with this type of situation". In another club this doesn't happen.

"I think that Conte has not realised who he has been dealing with yet". We have started a big work here with the players and the club, and you need time to improve your work and create a solid basis.

"Football now is very hard [to] predict if you stay for many years in one club".

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"Football is very hard to stay at a club for many years, especially in England, before managers were in charge for many years, but now in England they are happy to sack the manager early. Now all of a sudden you decide to sack managers earlier".

The 24-year-old England worldwide will not feature in Saturday's Premier League clash at Leicester City but Conte is hopeful he will play a part in the cup clash against Championship outfit Norwich. "The relationship that he has with us and we have with him is idyllic".

One player who appears to be on the move is Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, who is out of contract at the end of the season.

Meanwhile, former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes the feuding pair will soon make up.

When Allegri initially replaced Conte at Juventus, it did not go down well with the Juventus fans but he eventually won them over.

"I never thought it could get this far. Maybe the normal amount is £80m to £90m".

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