There have been reports making the rounds about the future of Chelsea boss Antonio Conte. There were suggestions that the Italian manager’s frustrations with the Premier League champions especially with their transfer dealings will see him quit his post at the end of the season.
The Chelsea boss has now stated his commitment to the West London club as he tries to put rising fears of a summer exit to bed.
He had earlier in the month questioned the transfer workings of Chelsea as well as his former clubs but has now seemingly put an end to speculations surrounding his Chelsea future
“I am fully committed for Chelsea,” he said. “I am fully committed in this and I am happy in what I am doing now and what I did in the past. But I am more happy in what I am doing now.”
He simply replied ”No” when pushed on whether he had any plans of leaving Stamford Bridge.
The former Italy international – who is currently in a heated word feud with his Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho – has been quite successful since taking over at the club in 2016, winning the league in his first attempt.
His Chelsea side are currently third on the Premier League table and are at home to former champions Leicester City this weekend.