Antonio does not cut a very happy figure at Chelsea these days. The Blues boss saw his Chelsea team crash out of Europe over a week ago and looks under serious pressure to secure Champions League football. Chelsea currently lie five points adrift of fourth place Tottenham with eight games left and the tension between Conte and Blues owner Roman Abramovich is well reported, with Conte notably alluding to the fact that he does not have control over players that are brought into the club.
Unai Emery is under similar pressure at PSG with the Paris club's exit from Europe's premier competition putting his job at risk and according to The Guardian, PSG are looking to sound out Conte as a possible replacement. The report says that PSG would be willing to pay Conte £10 million a year, an upgrade from the £9.5 million he currently receives from Chelsea.
Conte is reportedly one of four targets for PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, with Jose Mourinho, Diego Simeone and Massimiliano Allegri as the other possible contenders, but with the Italian already unhappy at Stamford Bridge, Conte is thought to be the easiest of the four managers to tempt to Paris. But the Qatari owned club could face competition for the 48-year old from the Italian FA, with vice-commissioner Alessandro Costacurta saying last month that the Chelsea manager is Italy’s preference to take charge of the Azzurri.