Antonio Conte could return to Serie A following his exit from Tottenham Hotspur, but Roma would be a likelier destination for him than Inter, Juventus, or AC Milan.

This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, who report that the 53-year-old could be ready to try and agree to join the Giallorossi under current owners the Friedkin Group.

Conte’s departure from Spurs has sparked a round of speculation about where the former Juventus, Italy, Chelsea, and Inter coach will go next.

According to Tuttosport, whilst it is true that the 53-year-old could be tempted to make the return to either the Bianconeri or the Nerazzurri, he would also be happy to join AC Milan as he would not have a problem with coaching all three big Serie A rivals.

However, the newspaper suggests, Roma are the option most on the table for Conte.

The 53-year-old had been courted by the Giallorossi whilst James Pallotta was President, and the then-President was unable to convince him, as he instead joined Inter in the summer of 2019.

However, with Pallotta now gone, Tuttosport suggest that the new owners could have a better chance of bringing in Conte.