Conte Amid Roma Link and Conflicting Opinions

The Italian coach is chased by the Lupi but it is still unclear if Conte will sign a contract with Roma.




Rumors are linking Antonio Conte to Roma but the native of Lecce (Italy) is still assessing if the project of the giallorossi is adequate for his future. Reportedly, Roma made an important offer to the former Juventus and Chelsea man, but other football powerhouses could interfere in the process.

Manchester United have renewed Solskjaer lately, but the performances of the Red Devils have been very disappointing since then.

Juventus are still deciding if Max Allegri is the right coach for the future or if a change can be the best option after their Champions League early elimination.

Inter, instead, should confirm Luciano Spalletti who still has a long and remunerative contract with the Nerazzurri.

In light of that, although everybody believes Conte will be the next Roma coach, reportedly, he is still waiting to pen a contract with the Lupi.

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What if he has already formalized an agreement with Roma? What if he is already shaping the roster for next season?

Roma might have decided to do everything in secret so as not to disturb Ranieri and his group in this desperate race for the Champions League.

But let’s move from opinions to facts. Roma want Conte and the giallorossi represent the greatest professional challenge for the Italian coach. Even Francesco Totti and Claudio Ranieri had blessed his possible arrival close to the Colosseum.

Amid conflicting options there’s the future of Roma at stake.




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About Stefano Bernardini 3551 Articles
A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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