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Antonio Conte: I will call this manager to seek advice on the Premier League


Chelsea manager Antonio Conte will call fellow compatriot Claudio Ranieri to seek advice on the English Premier League.

Leicester City shocked the Premier League last season as their title win was described as the greatest triumph in English football.

And Conte will definitely try to emulate his friend as he prepares for next season's campaign.

"In the future I will call Claudio Ranieri," Conte told reporters.

"He is a lovely man and I will ask him for a bit of advice."

The 46-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge after a very successful campaign with Italy at the Euro 2016 Championship.

Italy crashed out of the competition after losing against Germany in the penalty shoot-out but impressed as they registered wins against the likes of Belgium and Spain.

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