Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte cut a relaxed figure as he was quizzed about the possibility of Maurizio Sarri replacing him at Stamford Bridge this summer.
Goal reports that Conte remained coy on speculation about his future at the club, with the Blues set to miss out on the top four.
I think this is not my job to answer this type of question. My job is to work with the players, finish the season as strongly as possible for us. As you know very well with the speculation, always there is speculation around our position, not only for me, but for a lot of coaches.
Conte has been heavily linked with a move away from the club, with a return to Juventus or the Italian national team suggested as possible destinations.
Sarri’s Napoli have caught the eye this season with some eye-catching performances.
Napoli have earned rave reviews for their style of play but Juventus look set to pip them to the Serie A title this season.
Sarri, alongside the likes of Carlo Ancelotti and Luis Enrique have been heavily linked with a summer switch to Stamford Bridge, despite Conte have one year remaining on his deal with Chelsea.