Conte rules out taking Real Madrid job




Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has claimed he wants to wait until June before returning to management while addressing the possibility of taking over at Real Madrid.

The 49-year-old has been out of work since leaving Stamford Bridge during the summer, after winning the Premier League and the FA Cup during his two-year stint in England.

The ex-Blues boss had been lined up to replace Julen Lopetgeui at Santiago Bernabeu, but for the time being Santiago Solari has been installed as manager on an interim basis.

Conte spoke to Sky Sports on Monday and addressed the Madrid speculation - which is still raging on heading into the winter period - confessing that despite interest from top clubs, he intends to wait until the end of the season before signing up for a 'new project'.

"Real Madrid? As I see it, it is better to wait until the end of the season than to take a train running now," the Italian tactician said.

"I want to wait for June and start again with a new project. In three months I could change my mind and deny everything, but I've always thought of it this way."

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