Antonio Conte has been under pressure this season with Chelsea struggling to find their feet in the season’s campaign, it is likely they might lose out on the top four spot, they mainly have owned under Roman Abramovich’s era.
The Blues are not in good standing in the league games, crawling slowly behind Tottenham Hotspur at fifth place after they encountered two crucial and disappointing defeat from against Manchester United and league leaders Manchester City. Their place in the campaign gives a big doubt whether they can make it to the Champions League football next season.
However, the Sun reports that the Italian manager could still maintain his job at Stamford Bridge even if the team doesn’t secure a top four spot. It is reported that owner Roman Abramovich will still hold on to the 48-year–old coach as long as he goes mute on transfer dealings.
The former Juventus boss has publicly lashed out on the club’s top brass on how they go about their transfer market and how he hasn’t been well supported by the club which hasn’t gone down too well with owner Abramovich and other club chiefs.
It is quite likely the Italian can still have a future at Stamford Bridge although the club is going through tough time, and having difficulty maintaining their glory, Conte still believes the team can pull through as they are still left with nine more games to play in the top flight.