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Going by reports making round in Antonio Conte’s homeland, Italy, he might be leaving Premier League at the end of the season despite his contract with the Blues having two more years before expiration. La Republica reports that new Inter Milan owner, the Sunning Group, have started negotiations to bring the Italian to Serie A.
The former Italian coach has been impressive since coming to England, aiding Chelsea to the top of the Premier League table.
The Blues is way ahead of other Premier League contenders leading Tottenham, who are in second position, with ten points.
It was said that Conte has issues with owner Roman Abramovich over his summer transfer budget and that might also be part of whats prompting him to leave.
And the board has only consented to three of new assistants he wishes to employ.
Away from the pitch, Conte is also said to be having trouble communicating with his family and wishes to go home to them.
Inter are really determined to bring him back to Italy as representatives have been sent to make an offer for Conte.
His arrival at the Italian outfit would deter the progress of current manager Stefano Piolo. Piolo contract still run till 2018 but he could be laid off if he fails to deliver.
Inter are currently sixth in Serie A after they were defeated 3-1 by Roma on Sunday and they are in a struggle to qualify for Champions League next season.
Conte’s time coaching Juventus was a successful one as his first ten month in the club saw the club reach a number of landmark and also leading them to three top titles.
On August 2014 the 47-year old became manager of Italy national team for two years.
The Blues will find it difficult releasing Conte after he made such huge impact at Stamford Bridge in his first season at the club.