Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is ready to rebuff any interest from Italian giants Inter Milan for their manager Antonio Conte this summer, according to reports in Italy.
The Russian billionaire is also keen to offer him a new contract at Chelsea, as per the report from Express Sport as the Blues are keen to keep him for a longer period.
Antonio Conte has been a sensation in Premier League in his debut season as he is on the verge of handing Chelsea another Premier League title if they win the game against West Brom on Friday night.
Inter Milan have sacked their manager Stefano Pioli yesterday and the Italian giants did it as a tactical move to lure Antonio Conte back to Italy next season.
According to Italian media outlet Corriere Dello Sport, Abramovich is keen to rebuff any interest from Inter Milan and the report also suggests that he could warn Inter’s major shareholder Zhang Jindong to stay away from signing Conte.
The Chinese company Suning Holding Group, took over at Inter Milan last season and are keen to get back to Europe’s elite after drastically falling down in the last five to six years. It is also believed
The Italian has been a sensation in the Premier League as he could manage a domestic double as Chelsea are also set to face Arsenal in FA Cup final which will help him achieve the rare feat that Jose Mourinho managed at the club a decade ago in his debut season.