'I said I stop' - Conte ends war of words with Mourinho

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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has refused to commit his long-term future to the club, saying there is a possibility that he may leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season. Last season he didn't play.

"I think that, maybe, in the next game against Norwich he could be available and in contention", Conte said.

Conte led Chelsea to the Premier League title past year after taking over in 2016 but has never had an easy relationship with the Chelsea hierarchy and is now fully expected to move on.

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Antonio Conte has been in a feisty mood lately - or maybe it's just his constantly improving English? - ready to fight anyone and everyone foolish enough to cross his path.

"I have a lot of experience to deal with this type of situation". That 2-2 tie at the Emirates Stadium was a fantastic game of football in which the two attacks came out on top, but Chelsea should perhaps have emerged victorious after creating the better chances on the night.

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The Blues manager was responding to Mourinho's comments about the match fixing allegations which were made against Conte while he was in charge of Juventus, where the former Chelsea boss said he would never be "suspended for match-fixing".

"But as you know very well everything is possible. I've got no concerns at all about Chelsea who were immaculate as they were in the summer, absolutely immaculate", he said. "Now contempt and, for me, contempt means end of the story". "It's not football for me", the Blues boss said.

Mourinho's Manchester United current contract and Conte's Chelsea agreement both expire in 2019 and the duo have insisted they intend to see out those deals, though times have been strained for both managers this season. In this aspect I am very happy.

The United boss infamously labeled Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger "a voyeur" when he was Chelsea manager and has exchanged a series of barbs with former Liverpool, Real Madrid and Inter Milan boss Rafael Benitez - and the Spaniard's wife.

Sanchez has been linked with Manchester City, with Manchester United reportedly entering the bidding. I am happy in what I am doing now and what I did in the past.

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