Chelsea under-fire manager Antonio Conte has been told to leave Stamford Bridge in the summer by the club’s hierarchy due to his inability to defend the Premier League trophy which they won last season.
The Italian tactician is not getting along well with the team’s sporting directors and he could be moving out of the team after spending just two seasons with the West London Club.
The Blues currently occupy the fifth position in the Premier League standings as they have been unconvincing throughout this season, though they stand a chance of winning one trophy this season as they are through to the FA cup semi-final where they will meet Southampton.
Former Chelsea player Gianfranco Zola has advised Chelsea to settle their misunderstanding with the manager so as to get the best from Antonio Conte in the upcoming season.
Zola reveals to reporters about his desire to see Conte at Chelsea’s managerial post next season as he believes the coach could bring the best out of the team if given the chance and privacy to make decisions by himself.
Zola believes Conte is an asset to the team and he would turn things around for the Blues next season should he remains as the manager beyond the summer.
Meanwhile, former Ligue 1 Champions Paris Saint-German are hoping to bring Conte to the Parc Des Princes stadium in the summer as they are reportedly set to terminate their contract with Unai Emery by the end of the season.
PSG are also linked with a move for former Barcelona Manager Luis Enrique who is being tipped as Conte’s replacement as Chelsea manager in the summer.