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Antonio Conte isn't the Chelsea manager yet, but he'll certainly be managing some club team next season. On Tuesday, he confirmed that he'll be stepping down from his Italy post after Euro 2016, saying that he feels he "must go back to being a coach in a club to have the opportunity of coaching every day."
Conte is currently involved in legal proceedings for failure to report match fixing. He's not expected to serve jail time or be banned from the game for an extended period of time, but clubs will want to know the outcome of those proceedings before hiring him.
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In the news
Paulo Dybala and Claudio Marchisio won't play against Bayern. (Juventus)
Diego Costa has been charged with improper conduct for his behavior against Everton. (Guardian)
Franz Beckenbauer felt the need to publicly warn Pep Guardiola about trying to sign Bayern players for Manchester City. (ESPN FC)
HSV's Josip Drmić is out for the season with a knee injury. (Bundesliga)
Darren Mattocks has been traded from the Whitecaps to the Timbers. (MLS)
Wayne Rooney says he will be fit for Euro 2016. (Telegraph)
You should be reading
Amy Lawrence says Stan Kroenke's relationship with Arsène Wenger looks bad for Arsenal. (Guardian)
Iain McIntosh on why Zlatan Ibrahimović needs to come to the Premier League. (ESPN FC)
Mohamed Mohamed on Marseille's downfall and dark immediate future. (Stats Bomb)
What happened on Monday
Rafa Benítez's first match didn't go as planned. (Coming Home Newcastle)
What to watch on Tuesday (all times ET, click for listings)
Champions League: 2 games (3:45 p.m.) -- The Atléti match is the much better of the two.