Antonio Conte’s position as Chelsea manager has been the subject of constant speculation all season, and the Italian coach has admitted that his future remains uncertain.
It is widely accepted that the former Juventus coach will leave Stamford Bridge at the end of this season, after a turbulent season both on-and-off the pitch for the reigning Premier League Champions.
A torrid run of form during 2018 has seen the Blues slip to fifth position in the table, five points adrift of fourth placed Spurs.
Chelsea host Spurs at Stamford Bridge this afternoon in a crunch fixture in the race for the top four.
Conte will be aware that if his side lose to Mauricio Pochetinno’s men today their chances of securing Champions League football for next season will be all but over.
Although the 48-year-old coach does not seem to be overly worried about his future, he admitted that it will ultimately be decided by results.
“I must be honest, I don’t know. This is not my problem. It’s a problem for the club. It’s not my problem.”
“For us (managers) it is not sure. You can have a contract but you don’t know what will happen after one or two games. We depend a lot on the result.” Conte said.