Manchester clubs have stronger squads than Chelsea - Conte

Antonio Conte will not tone down his touchline exuberance when Chelsea renew hostilities with Manchester United on Monday night despite José Mourinho accusing the Italian of trying to humiliate him when the teams met in October.

Asked if Monday's quarter-final clash with Manchester United could be Terry's last FA Cup tie at Stamford Bridge, with the semi-final and final to be played at Wembley, Conte said: "For John?"

But Chelsea look unbeatable at the moment and it'll take some doing to knock them out of the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.

Jose Mourinho's United made the long trip back from Russian Federation following the 1-1- draw against Rostov in the Europa League last 16, first-leg, and Merson feels this will have a key impact on their performance.

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"Everything was a good example and hopefully the Rostov fans that will go (to Manchester) next week, they have great conditions now to be welcome and for everything to be a good example". "We'll make changes, as we played on Thursday, but we can not go to Chelsea with a [Reserve] team". We don't put a (weakened) team out like some clubs sometimes - Manchester United can not do that.

However, despite vowing not to play for another English side, The Times claims that Terry is now ready to consider offers from Premier League sides after strong interest in January.

"He is an important player for us". "For me, the most important thing is to try to win and then think about another celebration".

"We have three days and we have to travel".

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Conte's rival managers aren't so impressed, in particular Manchester United's Jose Mourinho. "He worked a lot and every year Arsenal have stayed in Champions League and now I think this could be a good target because in England this is not easy".

"In October we didn't know our future. I have a couple of ones in the garage", Hazard told Chelsea TV.

"To see my players fight and coping with this and having the humility to fight for every ball, to fight for a good result, is a good feeling for me".

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