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AS ROMA advisor Baldini meets Chelsea boss CONTE

18.04.2017 11.19 by Claudio Colla  read 737
Source: Il Tempo
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According to latest Italian news, AS Roma main market advisor Franco Baldini, in search for a new manager for Giallorossi, since Luciano Spalletti will probably leave, has already meet Italian 47-year old Antonio Conte, who's about to win Premier League in his debut season training Chelsea. So far, former Juventus and Italy boss seems however determined to stay put at Blues, and play his odds in next Champions League edition.

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