Jose Mourinho's change of approach in feud with Antonio Conte

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Jose Mourinho's change of approach in feud with Antonio Conte

The Sun reports that Conte, who led the Blues to the Premier League title past year, is "upset" at the club's transfer policy and growing increasingly frustrated at the Bridge.

Chelsea sensing that Conte won't stay at the club for long have already agreed terms with Massimiliano Allegri, who has enjoyed great success at Juventus. "He didn't play and I think this season if you consider his injury for a month, he had his chance", the Italian manager added.

"I wouldn't blame Conte for taking the lid off his own anger with Mourinho and I thought he described him perfectly as "a little man"," he said. Football is like this. "Our job is very hard - everything can change a few times".

The 48-year-old Conte, who became an overnight hero after winning the Premier League title in his first season in England, is contracted with the Blues for one more year and has been repeatedly linked with a move back to Italy.

"I appreciate a lot this player because he is a really good player, Vardy".

I have another year of my contract and in this case I think the club has to decide to send me away.

"Football is this, our job is very hard as you know everything can change a few times".

Conte has won 25 of his opening 30 home Premier League games as manager, no boss in the competition has won more of their opening 30.

"You see Steve walk right past Antonio's auto, then suddenly this massive square of glass hurtles out of nowhere and down on to it at frightening speed, sending thousands of tiny pieces flying everywhere", said the informant. I trust in my work and what we are doing in these two seasons. I don't ask to change the situation.

However Conte says he is happy and wants to continue making progress at Chelsea.

"I understand that the other teams try to kill the other teams and to anticipate the situation and this is the real transfer market, not to wait until the last moment to buy the players", he said. I am very serene.

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