Chelsea manager Antonio Conte looks all set to vacate his position at the Stamford Bridge dugout and it seems that the Blues have already lined up a replacement – according to reports.

The chitter chatter of Antonio Conte leaving Chelsea at the end of the summer has been going on for quite some time now and it seems that finally, the Italian has made up his mind to head back home.

According to a report in Football Italia, Antonio Conte will longer be the manager of Chelsea by the next summer transfer window and the London outfit are looking at current Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri as a possible replacement.

Allegri took charge of the Bianconeri from the 2014-15 season and since then the 50-year-old has been one of the most successful coaches in European football.

The former Milan manager has managed to win the domestic double in each of the three seasons at Juventus while managed to finish runners-up in the UEFA Champions League in two out of those three seasons.

Allegri’s current contract with Juve runs out in 2020 and the Old Lady are in no mood to part ways with their highly successful manager. But the Italian has previously said that he would love to manage a team in the Premier League and if Chelsea come calling then it might be very hard to resist for him.

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