Italian papers reveal details of Antonio Conte’s Chelsea contract, coach plans to raid Juventus

Two of Italy’s biggest papers, Gazzetta dello Sport and Tuttosport, both have Antonio Conte on their front covers on Friday.

The Italian media are convinced that the current Italian national team coach will be the new Chelsea boss come the start of next season.

Conte will take over the reigns from Guus Hiddink at Stamford Bridge following the Azzurri’s participation in Euro 2016.

The headline news in GdS today is that there has been a new meeting in London between Conte and Chelsea.

Moreover, the Blues could announce the deal within the next seven days provided owner Roman Abramovich gives the green light.

Conte is expected to agree a three-year contract worth over €5 million a season.

Over in Tuttosport, they claim that Conte’s move to Chelsea is bad new for Juventus.

Why? Well one reason is because Conte plans to take Juan Cuadrado back to London from the Bianconeri.

In addition, Tuttosport claim Conte has already presented a shopping list to Abramovich including three Juve players – Paul Pogba, Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini – plus PSG striker Edinson Cavani.