Football Italian article A football manager is an ambitious man, especially when he wants to be.
Conte, who has been at Juventus for more than a decade, is in the midst of a reign of great success in Italy.
He has guided his team to two European Cups and reached the quarter-finals of two of them, and the Italian giants are currently in the process of winning their fourth European title.
A defeat at home to Udinese in their first home match of the season on Sunday would certainly not help his cause.
Juventus have won three of their last four matches away from home, and they will be desperate for a result in the final against Napoli.
Contes plans to stay for a while and then look at other options.
“I have a long term contract with Juventus.
I will wait for the right time to look at my future,” Conte said.
“But for now I will stay here until I find the right job.
I’m ready to do anything.”
Conte’s plans to keep his job until 2020 Juventus will be without Paulo Dybala, who will miss the final two months of the campaign after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament.
Contero, who made his debut against Udinese, is also set to miss the first six matches of the current campaign.
“It’s a difficult season for us, we will have to wait for a few more weeks,” Contes said.
Concomitantly, Conte will be replacing Paulo Dybraca, who was sacked in January.
Conmeleti has taken over as Contes coach, and he has already been criticised for the side’s recent form.
Concete, a former player of Conte and Dybaca’s, said he had already spoken to Dybasa, and was hoping the two had a good relationship.
“He is very honest and he is the right man for the job,” Conmeleti said.
Juventus face Lazio in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday night.
Conrea: “We’ll be a strong team against Napolo” “Juventus have won the Champions League once in five years, but they have not won the Italian league since 2012,” Conrea said.
“I think we will be a stronger team against Roma and then against Napola.
We have to fight hard and try to win.”