Mourinho admits 'contempt' for Conte but moves to end ongoing feud

Mourinho admits 'contempt' for Conte but moves to end ongoing feud

Conte's contract does not expire until next year but the 48-year-old Italian is already preparing to move on. "I don't know how I can answer you".

"I have another year of contract at this club, but in football everything in possible".

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte's vehicle reportedly suffers storm damage at the club's training ground.

The two Premier League managers, Conte and Mourinho, have been exchanging insults throughout the 2017/18 season, with both until now showing no signs of slowing down.

The Italian manager has been linked with a departure from Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, and is understood to have a strained relationship with the club's hierarchy over transfer policy.

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"It's true I was banned for four months by the sporting justice for failure to report", said Conte. There is something odd if, after the first game we lost against Burnley, the press pushed quickly to sack me for another coach. "I think in other clubs this doesn't happen".

Conte has continued to pick Morata over Michy Batshuayi throughout the Spaniard's cold streak, but he dismissed the suggestion that there is a lack of serious competition for places up front in Chelsea's squad. "But I am more happy in what I am doing now".

The Belgian playmaker had started the game and had earned plenty of praise for his strong display against the north London side in the first leg of the semi-final clash at Stamford Bridge. He will then take over at Chelsea with Conte likely to depart the club. "It was a good chance to say "hello" to him". I have great admiration for great players and Alexis Sanchez is one of those players.

Capello told Sky Italia when asked about the feud: "Conte didn't understand who he was dealing with".

The fact Abramovich's mindset, to build a young side, is so different his employee's, to compete with Manchester City, remains an issue. Later, Conte added: "I am starting to be a bit annoyed".