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Antonio Conte Reveals Dream Clubs As He Regrets Leaving Juventus

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Former manager of Tottenham Hotspur, Antonio Conte has confirmed that he is looking forward to coaching Roma or Napoli someday as he regrets his decision to leave Juventus.

The first elite European club Antonio Conte coached was Juventus. He joined the Italian Serie A giants in 2011 after spells at Arezzo, Bari, Atalanta, and Siena.

While at Juventus, Conte won three successive Italian Serie A titles between 2011 and 2014. He also won one Supercoppa Italiana before he departed the club to become the head coach of Italy national football team between 2014 and 2016.

After coaching Chelsea and Inter Milan, he decided to coach Tottenham Hotspur where he spent one and a half seasons before he decided to walk away after publicly criticizing the players.

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Since he left the Premier League club last season, Antonio Conte has been without a job as he insisted that he wanted to rest.

Recently, Napoli made efforts to appoint him as the club’s head coach but he turned down the offer.

In an interview with Belve, the 54-year-old Italian tactician revealed that he had offers from clubs in Saudi Arabia and also confirmed that there were approaches from Napoli this season.

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“I’ve rejected a huge proposal from Saudi — I decided to say no”, Antonio Conte said.

“I regretted leaving Juventus after just three years. I’d like to try an experience in Roma or Napoli one day, but I usually prefer to join at the end of the season…”.

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