Former Chelsea boss, Antonio Conte has rejected the offer to manage Real Madrid, according to reports coming from Sky Sports.
The Italian who won two trophies in two seasons at Chelsea before being sidelined by the club was contacted by Florentino Perez to replace the fired Julen Lopetegui who stayed just four months.
While the first team was entrusted to Santiago Solari, coach of the reserve of Madrid, the president has studied in recent days the possibility of bringing Antonio Conte but now he has turned down the proposal.
Although everything seemed to be sealed according to the Spanish press at the beginning of the week, after the 5-1 defeat recorded in Barcelona at Clasico on Sunday, the track leading to the Italian technician cooled down considerably. According to Sky Sports, Conte told Real that he did not want to take up the challenge.
Faced with this new failure in a delicate start to the season for the White House, the former teammate of Raul and Zinédine Zidane, Santiago Solari, could see his duties extend over time in the first team. The names of Arsene Wenger and Leonardo Jardim have also been mentioned for a time, no action for now.