English outfit Chelsea have reportedly got their next manager lined up should they decide to sack current boss Antonio Conte at the end of the season.
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According to The Sun, the Italian manager is aware that his time at Stamford Bridge could soon come to an end but feels that the club will not sack him until the end of the campaign.
Although they are outside the top four in the English top flight, the reigning Premier League champions are still in the FA Cup and are favourites to get past Southampton in the semi-finals of the competition.
As per the aforementioned English publication, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has agreed to take over at the London club should his fellow countryman be relieved of his duties after this campaign.
The Turin side's boss admitted this past weekend that he will leave Serie A when he feels his time with the Bianconeri is up, and some have suggested he is already lining up a move to England.
"Certainly, I'll go abroad. When my time in Italy is finished," Allegri was quoted as saying by The Sun.
Conte is apparently earning £185 000 (R3.07 million) a week at the Stamford Bridge club, and will be in line for a £9.6 million (R159.5 million) pay-off should he get sacked.
Allegri, who is said to already be taking English lessons, succeeded the Chelsea boss at Juventus back in 2014, and has a contract with the Italian giants until June 2020.
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