West London outfit Chelsea parted ways with Italian boss Antonio Conte in the last summer transfer window but there is still a lot to be settled for the two parties to finally bid goodbye.
The former Chelsea boss has demanded compensation from his employers for treating him badly and not parting ways with him until the summer transfer window was closed which is the reason why he is still jobless.
A compensation of £9 million is supposed to be paid to the Italian boss but the West London outfit are reluctant to pay the said amount.
It has been revealed that Antonio Conte had a rift with Diego Costa which is the reason why the player forced a move away from the club and was sold to Spanish La Liga outfit Atletico for a fee that is far below his evaluation.
The West London outfit earned £57 million from the La Liga outfit from the deal but they are of the opinion that the Spanish striker deserves more than the amount.
However, Antonio Conte has been replaced by another Italian manager and former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri who started on a good note with a number of successive wins but is currently battling to win games.