Antonio Conte will probably have left Chelsea within 12 months - Jamie Carragher

Antonio Conte will probably have left Chelsea within 12 months - Jamie Carragher

Antonio Conte will probably have left Chelsea within 12 months - Jamie Carragher

"I'd be very surprised if I'm sitting here in 12 months' time and he's the Chelsea manager", he said during a television interview with Sky Sports.

Chelsea recently lost to Arsenal on penalties in their Community Shield clash but look ahead to their Premier League opener against Burnley at Stamford Bridge.

The former England worldwide highlights Chelsea's sale of Nemanja Matic to Manchester United as a key factor with the Italian manager reportedly having grown frustrated with his club's performance in this summer's transfer market. The Serbian was one of last season's standout players, and his addition would strengthen rivals United.

There is still the lingering issue of the future of Diego Costa who was widely expected to leave the club this summer. If you're a manager why would you want to let him go - especially to a rival? We don't know how good he is going to be, but that has been their business model going forward.

"The success they've had in changing managers... they're not going to take anything off Conte".

The Italian must wait to find out if Aurier wins his appeal against a conviction for assaulting a police officer past year and is thus allowed entry to Britain after being forced to miss a Champions League game at Arsenal last October when border control authorities revoked his visa.

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They won the league title last season winning 31 games out of 38 in the EPL. "They are bit like Real Madrid in this sense - they don't value the manager like other clubs", Carragher continued.

"They've had a lot of distractions and I think they could have moved on from all of this if they signed an adequate replacement".

"They have a model where they have a big say over how that club is run; the owner, [technical director] Michael Emenalo and people involved there".

'Maybe that is a frustration for Conte.

Firstly, Southampton Dutch centre back Virgil Van Dijk has been long linked with a move to Liverpool, but whilst the player seems keen to join up with Jurgen Klopp. there have been significant delays and issues associated with the move, to such extent that Klopp recently declared himself "satisfied" with the corps of centre backs he now has at his disposal.

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