Chelsea shocker: Max Allegri agrees to replace Antonio Conte at end of season

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Conte’s future at Chelsea remains uncertain despite the Italian managing to steer the Blues’ season back on track.

However, with the 48-year-old still seething at club owner Roman Abramovich’s reluctance to back him in the transfer market, a parting of the ways could be in the offing.

Chelsea have made a habit of sacking managers despite their achievements, meaning last year’s Premier League title triumph may not be enough to keep Conte at Stamford Bridge.

And Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport say that Allegri, who succeeded Conte at Juventus, has agreed to do the same at Chelsea.

The 50-year-old may leave at the end of the season.

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Chelsea shocker: Max Allegri agrees to replace Antonio Conte at end of season

CHELSEA have been rocked by reports claiming Juventus’ Massimiliano Allegri has agreed to replace Antonio Conte at the end of the season.

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Chelsea news: Max Allegri is set to replace Antonio Conte at the end of the season

Conte’s future at Chelsea remains uncertain despite the Italian managing to steer the Blues’ season back on track.However, with the 48-year-old still seething at club owner Roman Abramovich’s reluctance to back him in the transfer market, a parting of the ways could be in the offing.

Chelsea have made a habit of sacking managers despite their achievements, meaning last year’s Premier League title triumph may not be enough to keep Conte at Stamford Bridge.

And Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport say that Allegri, who succeeded Conte at Juventus, has agreed to do the same at Chelsea.

The 50-year-old may leave at the end of the season.

He has taken Juventus on considerably during his time at the club but, with the Champions League continuing to evade them, he may take up the reins somewhere else.Juventus are also behind Napoli in the race for the Scudetto and, should their dominance of Serie A end, Allegri may deem it the perfect time to walk away.

And Corriere dello Sport say he has already verbally agreed to take the reins at Chelsea.

However, Juventus may need persuading to let their manager go.

It is said they want to keep him until the end of his contract, which expires in 2020.

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