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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte not wanted by AC Milan - club director

13 Octobre 2017

"Who knows? Maybe one day he can wear the shirt he dreamt of as a child".

His admission comes at a time where the Rossoneri are struggling in the league.

The Italian gaffer's new contract which he signed in the summer has raised many questions, since it only includes improved wages and not extension.

But although boss Vincenzo Montella is under pressure, the club's director of football, Massimiliano Mirabelli, has dismissed the talk of him being relieved of his duties.

The Chelsea managerial position is the first foreign job of Conte's career, with the former defender having coached the likes of Arezzo, Bari, Atalanta and Juventus before serving as coach of the Italy national team from 2014 to 2016.

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The Italian has enjoyed a brilliant 14 months in charge of the Stamford Bridge club, capturing the Premier League in his first season and keeping Chelsea among the early leading pack this campaign.

Mirabelli, though, insists that is not the case, telling Radio Rossonera: "We already have a manager and we are not thinking of Conte nor about other managers".

The Rossoneri were unsuccessful in their attempts to recruit the Italy worldwide in the summer, having reportedly had a €70 million bid rejected, but remain keen on the 23-year-old.

Chelsea now find themselves fourth in the league, six points behind the two Manchester sides.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte not wanted by AC Milan - club director