Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has in his pre-match conference against Manchester United on Sunday told reporters that he isn’t concerned about the relationship he has with his Portuguese counterpart but all he is after is the maximum three points which will boost his team in their race for a top-four finish by the end of the season.
There is a longtime misunderstanding between Mourinho and Conte as both teams always throw jibes at one another since 2016 after Conte’s celebration when Chelsea thrashed United 4-0.
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Conte recently tagged the Portuguese manager a “fake” and a “little man” but he preferred not to talk about his counterpart in today’s press conference.
According to Conte, both managers have said things in the past but he wants to focus on the game and not on Mourinho’s mind games.
Conte will hope to beat the Red Devils at home on Sunday so as to improve his chances of qualifying for next season’s Champions League competition and also to prove to the Blues board of directors that he deserves to be given a new contract ahead of next season.