Chelsea board are no longer happy with what they’ve seen from the players so far this season and they are ready to show Antonio Conte the exit door this summer.
In 19 matches, the Italian manager has managed just five wins and that has left Roman Abramovich furious with the Italian tactician.
Having failed to defend the title he won in his first season at the Bridge, the Blues hierarchy are now set to terminate Conte’s contract by the close of the campaign.
According to reports, Maximiliano Allegri might be the next Chelsea manager ahead of next season as he is heavily linked with a move to the Premier League Champions.
It was reported last night via Don Balon that the Italian might bring three Juventus players with him to Stamford Bridge as part of his overhauling process.
The report emanating from Turin this morning suggest that the Serie A Champions are set to let go of the manager by the end of the season as they have reportedly found his replacement.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has been tipped to become the next Juventus boss should Allegri eventually leave the Scuddeto Champions this summer.
Ancelotti, who once coached the team between 1999 and 2001, could be making a return to the Old Lady where he would be expected to continue from where his countryman stopped.
Allegri has never missed out on the league’s trophy since he took over Juventus’ coaching role from Antonio in 2014.