Antonio Conte says 'anything is possible' regarding his Chelsea future

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Conte is expected to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and today the Corriere dello Sport is reporting that Allegri is being considered as a possible candidate to replace him.

Wenger felt the familiarity of the teams, meeting for a second time in two weeks, contributed to the tepid draw.

With the reigning Premier League champions currently third in the table and 16 points adrift of runaway leaders Manchester City, the task of defending their title now appears to be an impossible one, with the hierarchy reportedly no longer seeing Conte as indispensable.

He led the club to the Premier League title last season and his contract at Stamford Bridge runs until June 2019.

"There is something strange that after the first game we lost against Burnley the press pushed quickly to sack me".

Conte did, however, clarify that he is settled in English football.

"We all remember Mourinho on his knees in the middle of the field, running wild after his side won".

"In one moment you can stay here. We have to improve", Conte said.

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"Remember how wound up Mourinho got when he was Chelsea manager?

In this case, I think the club has to decide to send me away".

"[His situation] is more clear now", Conte said of Barkley. Last year, we missed the icing on the cake.

Morata scored seven goals in his first eight appearances following his move from Real Madrid, as a replacement for Diego Costa, but he has since netted just five times in 21 outings.

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Mourinho responded with another barb relating to the Italian's four-month ban for failing to report alleged match fixing - of which he was later acquitted - while at Siena in 2011, saying "what never happened to me and will never happen is to be suspended for match fixing".

When asked if he was content at Chelsea given all the speculation about his future, he added: "Yes, I'm happy". "Only once or twice, but he wasn't ready to train a full session". The amount is around £20m.