The Italian coach has given a condition to coach the Red Devils.
According to Italian transfer expert, Fabrizo Romano, Antonio has reportedly expressed an interest in coaching the Red Devils if called upon by Manchester United.
This is coming after Man United lost 2-1 to Young Boys in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
“Conte wants to win so he would only accept a winning project. He wouldn’t accept Arsenal because they’re not immediately strong to win something, that is why he [also] said no to Spurs.
Nonetheless, it’s clear that the Norwegian coach is not currently under pressure although there is an expectancy he must deliver following a near faultless transfer window that saw Heaton, Sancho, Varane and Ronaldo come through the door.
In the background of that, Sky Italia’s Fabrizo Romani provided an intriguing update on the future of Conte.
The former Inter Milan boss, who nearly joined Hotspurs this summer, is said to be open to the idea of managing the Red Devils should the opportunity arise.
He wants to win instantly and he feels that would be possible at united and not with the likes of Tottenham and the Gunners, where a long-term project would be on the cards.
Solskjaer felt the Portuguese star was denied a penalty in United’s 2-1 defeat to Young Boys in the Champions League.
The Red Devils were reduced to 10 men shortly before half-time after Aaron Wan-Bissaka was shown a straight red card and, with United still ahead in the second-half, Ronaldo went down inside the area under a challenge by Mohamed Camara.
David Wagner could not recall the incident but Ole suggested the 32-year-old French referee, Letexier, was too inexperienced to deal with the situation.
“You can never be surprised by the man, he scored another goal, he should have had a penalty and sending off the other way,” Solskjaer said. “He pounced on that mistake. He’s exceptional but we have to look after him and it felt like the right moment to take him off.