Chelsea consider replacing Antonio Conte with Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri

Chelsea consider replacing Antonio Conte with Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri

Chelsea consider replacing Antonio Conte with Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri

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.

"You see Steve walk right past Antonio's vehicle, then suddenly this massive square of glass hurtles out of nowhere and down on to it at frightening speed, sending thousands of tiny pieces flying everywhere", said the informant. "If Conte used the 'senile" word he certainly made a mistake.

Though unable to keep pace with runaway leaders Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, his team have performed well this season.

Former England manager Fabio Capello branded feuding managers Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte as "totally out of their minds" for letting their public spat get out of control.

According to Corriere dello Sport on Thursday, the Chelsea owner won't go into next season with Antonio Conte at the helm, but is keen on replacing him with one of his compatriots: Max Allegri. "That never happened to me and will never happen", said Mourinho at a later press conference.

Mourinho (who didn't directly name the current boss when making the "clown on the sidelines" comments) has suckered Conte in and the Italian has not only taken the bait, he's trying to devour Mourinho.

"In the past he was a little man in many circumstances, he's a little man in the present and for sure he will be a little man in the future".

"The club knows very well the positions we can improve".

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. "I don't think so", Conte said. "I won't forget this".

The managers are due to meet next month when Manchester United host Chelsea at Old Trafford in the Premier League on February 25.

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