Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, has said he expects his future at the club to be settled by next week.
There is serious speculation that the Italian will leave Stamford Bridge, after the FA Cup final against Manchester United.
Chelsea are expected to part with Conte this summer, after months of squabbles over the club’s transfer policy, as well as a run of poor results.
Conte’s deal expires in June 2019, but he has continually remained coy about staying beyond the summer.
When asked on Friday how the days after the FA Cup final are likely to pan out, Conte replied: “No, but for sure, probably, I will go to Milan for the [testimonial] game for [Andrea] Pirlo on [May] 21st. Then we don’t know, at the end of the season, if we have friendly games [before the World Cup].
“I don’t know anything about our end of season. For sure, in the next week, the situation will be more clear for this.”