Chelsea announce Conte departure

55 days ago Conte celebrates Chelsea’s FA Cup win after beating Manchester United 1-0

55 days ago Conte celebrates Chelsea’s FA Cup win after beating Manchester United 1-0times photgrapher BRADLEY ORMESHER

Recall that Conte was sacked after spending two years at the Stamford Bridge.

Inter coach, Giovanni Martusciello will not be following Maurizio Sarri in his new adventure in England with Chelsea according to a report from Sky Sport.

The same report claims that both players would have sought to leave the west London club this summer had Conte stayed on as manager.

Winning the FA Cup against former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's Manchester United in May was scant consolation to finishing 30 points behind champions Manchester City in the league.

He's set to be appointed imminently after Chelsea confirmed the departure of Antonio Conte. Terry took to social platform Instagram to post a picture of himself and Conte together with the Premier League title and captioned it with the words: "Thank You Boss".

The Italian took charge of their first four days of pre-season but speculation had long suggested he would be fired by the Stamford Bridge outfit.

Conte also fell out with David Luiz and Willian, and used press conferences last season to accuse the board of not signing his targets.

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'We wish Antonio every success in his future career'.

The Italian's main gripe for the past year was Chelsea's failure to land the signings he really wanted for its Premier League title defence.

Alvaro Morata flopped at Chelsea last season following his move to the club from Real Madrid.

The 59-year-old coach was replaced by Carlo Ancelotti in Naples this summer but he wasn't released from his contract.

Sarri didn't win a major title at Napoli, however, and that would not be tolerated at Chelsea.

The former Empoli boss is not known as a big spender which might fit with the slightly more modern Chelsea era of tighter spending.

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