Serie A gaint AC Milan have played down talk linking them to bring Chelsea boss Antonio Conte to San Siro.
Former Juventus and Italian coach has been constantly linked with a return to his homeland despite being at Stamford Bridge just over a year.
Conte signed in new deal in the summer with an improved wages but the 48-year-old coach did not extend the length of his contract, which spark speculation his future.
Chelsea will be desperate for that not to happen considering the immense impact he’s had on the west London club which included winning the Premier League title and reaching the FA Cup final in his first season.
But speculation continues and among the clubs linked with Conte are AC Milan. But their director of football, Massimiliano Mirabelli, has dismissed the talk.
‘We already have a manager and we are not thinking of Conte nor about other managers,’ he told Radio Rossonera.
Conte’s current deal at Chelsea runs to the summer of 2019.
Chelsea are currently fourth position with 13 points as the Blues visit relegated threaten Crystal Palace on Saturday.