Last Updated: Sun, 17 Mar 2013 13:01
Chelsea target Antonio Conte has fuelled speculation he could leave Juventus this summer after hitting out at Italian football.
Conte is reported to be a target for Roman Abramovich as Rafa Benitez looks set to leave at the end of the season and the Italian has hinted he could walk away from Italy.
The Juve manager was left dismayed by the actions of the Bologna fans who pelted the team bus with rocks and stones before singing songs referring to the Heysel disaster, where 39 Juventus fans lost their lives in 1985, during Saturday's game.
Conte has recently been linked with jobs at Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea, and his latest outburst has increased speculation he will look to leave the Turin club at the end of the season.
Speaking after Juventus's 2-0 win in Bologna, Conte said: "If this sort of thing happens in Bologna, which is such a lovely and civilised city, then it's over. It is over, because I can sort of expect it in Naples with the great rivalry and the situation in the table, even if it felt like being in a war zone with tear gas...
"If I have to expect a welcome like this in Bologna, then I say that it really makes me want to leave Italy and go abroad. It must be a simpler life elsewhere."
Conte went on to say that while he is enjoying his time with Juventus he could see himself managing in a foreign league in future.
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