Antonio Conte is unlikely to handle the football team in the near future, despite being linked with a number of European giants after being ousted from Chelsea’s manager last summer. This opinion came from one of Conte’s close associates, who is the manager of Parma, Roberto d’Aversa. He admitted that Conte was a manager who was eager to handle the football team.
As is known, Antonio Conte has officially left Chelsea in the summer transfer window this year, after being ousted from the manager’s seat by the club, because of his performance in the 2017/18 season was less satisfying or disappointed. The reason, Conte not only managed to defend the English Premier League title, but also failed to bring the club finish in the final standings that made the former Italian National Team coach was fired from the manager’s seat.
After being fired from Chelsea, Conte then began to be linked with a number of European giants, from Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan, AC Milan and several other teams. The fact is Conte hasn’t handled the football team yet. Related to this, Parma coach Roberto d ‘Aversa, said that Conte was actually very determined to handle the football team again, only that the concerned seemed to still not want to train again for some time.
“I know he is a person who desires to return to work, that is my feeling right now, but I don’t think that will happen in the near future. He has to start all over again, I don’t think he wants to accept any club proposals when the season is running at the moment, “said D’Aversa to RMC.
Chelsea itself has officially appointed former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri to take charge of their first team this season.