CHELSEA boss Antonio Conte has now reportedly been offered a new four-year deal.
Blues owner Roman Abramovich has put an improved contract on the table, according to TransferMarketWeb.
And it will earn the Italian an annual salary of £10million.
Following a hugely successful first year at Stamford Bridge, Conte’s future has been under some doubt.
Express Sport understands Barcelona are considering making an approach this summer, while Inter Milan have continually pursued him.
But with two years remaining on his current deal in west London, an extension is set to be sealed soon.
Conte’s immediate focus is on securing the Premier League title for Chelsea, as they need a win at West Brom tomorrow night (8pm).
The FA Cup is also in their sights as Arsenal await them in the final at Wembley.
Antonio Conte could land the double in this debut season in England, with Chelsea desperate to keep him long-term.
Abramovich appears to have shown his desire as TransferMarketWeb claim the new contract has just been put forward.
The figures tabled mean it would earn the ex-Italy and Juventus manager £40m over the next four years.