The title-winning Italian – set to step up his English lessons this summer – is planning a short break after today’s FA Cup Final against Arsenal.
He will return for talks which the club hope will end with him signing a £9.6million-a-year contract, taking him to 2021. The new terms will make Conte, who has two years left on his current deal, the highest-paid manager in the Chelsea’s history.
Inter Milan’s Chinese investors had made a string of massive offers to tempt the former Juventus boss back to Serie A.
But the newly-crowned Premier League Champions are poised to back Conte in this transfer market this summer with a massive transfer kitty.
Conte is also looking for a property so that his wife Elisabetta and daughter Vittoria are able to join him in London.
He said yesterday: “We have to finish this season, but we’ve started to work for the next season. I think that [the club and I] have the same point of view.
“For sure, we’ll try to improve our squad for next season because we have to face an important competition in the Champions League. But I think the club and me, we have the same point of view on this.
“I know very well that, in modern football, it is very difficult to stay a long time at the same club.
“But for sure if you have the opportunity to work for many years, you can improve your work. For a coach, that’s the best solution: to stay for a long time in the same club and build, with the club, something important.”
Chelsea have lost only one of their last 12 competitive games against Arsenal.
But Conte said: “I know very well the history of Arsenal in the FA Cup, also with Arsene. They won a lot of trophies in this tournament.
“I’ve never won this trophy. I think, for this reason, tomorrow could be a good possibility for me, for my team, to try and lift the trophy.”