Date: 16th December 2017 at 10:34am
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The future of our boss, Antonio Conte, is once again the subject of press speculation this morning.

One leading new source is going as far as to suggest that there will definitely be a change in the managerial hot-seat at the end of the season.

The same source has even implied who will be taking over from the departing Antonio Conte.

The source in question is the Daily Record.

Seemingly, they have inside knowledge that Conte will call time on his Chelsea managerial career at the end of the season and that Chelsea will, once again, turn to somebody who has previously managed the club, Carlo Ancelotti.

Gossip relating to Conte has suggested that tenure as the Chelsea boss is precarious with the Italian not too endeared with the way in which the club is run, but whether the divisions are too wide to repair is unknown.

Ancelotti, in his previous spell with Chelsea, took the club to a unique Premier league and FA Cup double before being sacked in the corridors of power at Goodison when Chelsea could only finish second in the Premier League.

Ancelotti is currently unemployed after being axed, earlier this season, as the manager of Bayern Munich.

Despite his axing whilst previously employed by Chelsea, the suggestion is that the Italian would welcome another spell in the hottest seat in English football.

But, is it really going to happen?

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