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Antonio Conte Signs New Two-Year Deal At Chelsea Worth £20M Ending Speculation He Could Leave The Blues

has signed a new contract with Premier League champions .

Antonio Conte revealed his delight in signing a new contract with Chelsea

The former boss, who clinched the Premier League title in his debut campaign in at Chelsea, has signed a new two-year deal with the Blues.

The Blues confirmed the news ahead of Chelsea’s Pre-season tour to China and Singapore, where Conte’s men will lock horns against , and .

The Italian won the Premier League in his debut season with Chelsea

After signing the new deal, Blues boss Conte said: “I am very happy to have signed a new contract with Chelsea.”

“We worked extremely hard in our first year to achieve something amazing, which I am very proud of. Now we must work even harder to stay at the top.”

Conte is hopeful of more Blues success in the coming season

“The Chelsea fans have given me so much support since I arrived here one year ago and it is important we continue to succeed together.”

Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia added: “Antonio achieved incredible success last season, adapting to English football very quickly and leading us to the Premier League title.”

The Blues lift the Premier League trophy at Stamford Bridge

“This new contract reflects our belief that he can continue to deliver results both domestically and as we return to European competition in the Champions League.”

The Italian enjoyed a fairy-tale ride in his debit campaign in England, guiding an unsettled Chelsea squad to Premier League title triumph and also to the final of the FA Cup, where they lost to Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal.

Antonio Conte will take Chelsea on tour to China and Singapore this week

His 3-4-3 tactical shake-up early in the season worked wonders at Chelsea before achieving a 13-match winning streak.

The Blues boss was linked with a return to Italy this summer, but he’s has now ended speculation he could move away by penning a two-year deal with the Blues worth £20m.

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