Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has reportedly made a decision on his future amid reports of a summer departure from his role at Stamford Bridge.
According to Calciomercato, Conte is prepared to move away from the Bridge next summer and reunite with Juventus, the club he left before joining the Italy national team in 2014.
Massimiliano Allegri is the man currently in charge of the Serie A giants and is on the verge of winning a fourth consecutive title following recent wins that saw them tear away from Napoli, their closest rival this campaign.
However, reports by Daily Star say the Italian manager could be on his way to Arsenal to replace the departing Arsene Wenger next summer and that could open up space for Conte at Juventus.
Conte has endured a torrid season, with results not going his way while complaining about Chelsea’s transfer policy that failed to get him his required transfer targets.
Calciomercato’s report says Chelsea’s manager is keen to rejoin Juventus after making peace with Andrea Agnelli, Juventus’ chairman.