Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has revealed the club is looking to get into business with Chelsea, come this summer upon Conte’s arrival at the club.
Conte won five scudettos as a player and went on to win three more as a coach for Juventus, and Marotta is especially glad the Italian is manager at Chelsea.
The Blues have since been linked with Juventus duo Paul Pogba and Leonardo Bonucci, while Conte also reportedly wants to keep hold of Juan Cuadrado when he returns to Chelsea from his loan spell with the Old Lady in the summer.
And Marotta has fuelled speculation after hinting that there could be deals done between the two clubs this summer.
“We and Chelsea respect each other,” he told Radio Rai. “We’re proud that Conte is now their manager, as five years ago we took a risk on him against many odds.
“I hope we can make some transfer dealings with Chelsea in the future.”