Antonio Conte Talks Chelsea Future Amid Ongoing Departure Rumours

Rex Christensen
May 10, 2018

Antonio Conte says his future at Chelsea will be decided at the end of the season.

Conte added: "There are only two weeks and this season will finish and you will know if there is a different situation or not, if you see me again next season and we start again from the first game speculation about my future". "Also because I think our fans deserve this".

After getting a big win over Liverpool last weekend it will give the Blues a lot of confidence as they head into the final home game of the season.

Writing in his Team of the Week column, Crooks said: "He has been so good at what he does I've nearly run out of things to say about this player".

Emre Can may have played his last game for Liverpool, as he is reportedly losing his race to be fit for the Champions League final.

"Now there is not time to regret".

This will be the 50th game in which these two clubs have faced each other in the top flight, 22 of which going in favour of Huddersfield compared to 19 wins for the Blues.

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The Terriers are three points clear of the relegation zone but with a game in hand; any positive result tonight will leave their destiny in their own hands.

Liverpool ran away with their Round of 16 tie after winning 5-0 at FC Porto in the first match, for example, before comprehensively beating Premier League champions Manchester City home and away.

Huddersfield keeper Jonas Lossl did well to preserve the draw under Chelsea pressure, but the Blues could not find a victor and must now win at Newcastle on Sunday and hope Liverpool lose at home to Brighton to qualify for the Champions League.

"It's gradually got us back into it - hopefully it's not too late".

Conte puts his side's struggles down to poor finishing and Alvaro Morata once again struggled up front, while defender Antonio Rudiger also inexplicably missed from two yards out.

Huddersfield are not the only relegation-threatened team to have upset Chelsea this season.

"We have worked together on this project and I think I am the last person to make a judgement on this season".

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