Antonio Conte ‘would only accept Premier League job’ if he was certain he couldn’t get three dream roles

ANTONIO CONTE would only agree to return to the Premier League if he couldn’t manage either Napoli, AC Milan or Juventus.

Conte has been a free agent since March after his dramatic dismissal from Tottenham following a turbulent season at the helm.

Antonio Conte hasn't shut the door on a potential Premier League return


Antonio Conte hasn’t shut the door on a potential Premier League returnCredit: AFP

The Italian tactician was sacked by Spurs chairman Daniel Levy after launching an astonishing attack on his “selfish” flops and the club’s “20 years” of underachieving in a ten-minute rant.

According to The Mail, the 54-year-old has returned to Turin where he is enjoying a quiet life with his family and loved ones.

The ex-Italy manager is taking some time off to “detoxify” himself following a few clashes with clubs chiefs and the media.

The former midfielder is enjoying some much-needed rest following a rough campaign that also saw him losing close friends Giampiero Ventrone, Sinisa Mihajlovic and Gianluca Vialli.

Conte loves his time in Italy and is currently not keen on leaving his home country.

However, the ex-Inter Milan boss hasn’t completely shut the door on a potential Prem return.

After all, the ex-Chelsea manager experienced immense success at Stamford Bridge as he won the Premier League title in 2017 and the FA Cup a year later.

In fact, no one came close to leading the Blues to the Prem title after he left six years ago.

However, Conte is more keen on working at Napoli and Milan in the Serie A.

The popular head coach would also want another crack at Juventus where his managerial career took off 13 years ago.

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Conte wants to return to management but also wants to stay close to Italy and his family.

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