- Antonio Conte wants Chelsea to meet his four demands to remain at the club
- The Italian tactician is unhappy the club is yet to contact his major transfer targets
- He wants direct contact with Roman Abramovich and transfer chief Marina Granovskaia
- Conte is keen to see Diego Costa sold after telling the striker he is unwanted
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte will not sign a new contract at Chelsea because he is frustrated with the way the club is being run ahead of coming season.
The Italian wants to supplement his squad to challenge for the Premier League and UEFA Champions League next season, but the Chelsea management do not see it as such.
Conte is demanding substantial changes to the set-up at the club in order to help improve the playing squad.
NAIJ.com understands that the 47-year-old is unhappy with four key areas of the club’s running, mostly in relation to their activity in the transfer market.
Conte wants direct contact with owner Roman Abramovich and transfer chief Marina Granovskaiais.
The former Italy coach wants to make changes to his coaching staff and the whole of Chelsea’s academy.
He also thinks the Stamford Bridge outfit owe him improved financial terms after his immediate success at Stamford Bridge.
The former Juve boss’ current contract runs until 2019 however an extension is yet to be announced by Chelsea and they now fear they could face the embarrassment of losing their manager early.
Former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel already being touted as a potential replacement.
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