Manchester United and Chelsea are set to clash once again in the FA Cup final and this will be another opportunity for fans to see both the teams battle it out – on and off the pitch.

Yes, we are talking to the in-famous Mourinho vs Conte rivalry.

During the past couple of the months, the duo has been at loggerheads against one another.

From the Italian claiming that Jose Mourinho has ‘senile dementia’ and the United boss replying back by mentioning the match-fixing scandal of Antonio Conte, the fight has seen it all.

And everyone was thinking that they would get to witness some more of it when United and Chelsea take on each other in the FA Cup final.

But the Italian manager has claimed that he has no problem with the Portuguese boss whatsoever.

Conte said: “With Jose, we have clarified the situation, there is not a problem between him and I,

“For sure we are talking about two managers with strong characters, and two winners when in your mind, your heart and your blood there is the will to win. For sure we want to try to win this trophy, the same way Manchester United will want to.

“This final is a game between two great teams. In my mind, I can tell you that we played the final last season as favourites [against Arsenal] and this season we will not be favourites, but last season we lost the final.

“I have great respect for United’s story and Mourinho’s story and I think they have the same respect for Chelsea’s story and my story.”

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