Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte, could be on his way out of the club at the end of this season, despite his contract running a bit longer.
A report claims the Italian is preparing to pack his bags and move from the London side, with Massimiliano Allegri and Luis Enrique being touted as the potential successors. Former Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti is available but is reportedly not being considered. The 48-year-old's contract won't expire until the end of next year but he could be on his way out of the club even before that.
Chelsea are talking to other managers. The club feel Conte will leave at the end of the season.— Agent Edward (@Agent_Edward) January 11, 2018
The Italian is reportedly unhappy with the club's transfer policy and the ongoing feud
Talking about potential successors, Max Allegri is told to be at the top of the pile. The job he's done at Juventus and Milan make him the ideal man to take over from Antonio Conte. Allegri's contract with Juventus runs until 2020, and it could be a little difficult to persuade Juventus to let him go.
Former Barcelona boss, Luis Enrique could also be given the opportunity to manage the Blues. He hasn't committed himself to any other job since quitting Barcelona and has reiterated his interest to manage a Premier League side.