Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

Fears mounting over Antonio Conte's future at Chelsea

Fears mounting over Antonio Conte's future at Chelsea

"Roma is a big club Italy, but I think Chelsea is a different level".

The 28-year-old has been accused by the pundits of diving on many occasions, the referees tend to reach for the whistle every time he hits the deck; it has led to a sorry end for the former Brazilian global.

While Bakayoko has not yet pulled on the training kit, the Frenchman was a keen spectator as Antonio Conte put the boys through their paces at Cobham on Saturday.

The French worldwide is the Blues' second signing of the summer, coming after the arrival of centre-half Anthony Rudiger, and joins on a five-year deal.

Chelsea were back to their very best in the Premier League last season, with Antonio Conte transforming the squad Jose Mourinho left behind from mid-table flops into league champions.

In a tight central midfield two at Monaco he starred as they unexpectedly beat Paris St-Germain to the title and also reached the last four of the Champions League, knocking out Manchester City and Borussia Dortmund en route.

"For me this is the biggest English club, and I hope to achieve great things here". He's good, very good.

Brazil worldwide Danilo is wanted by both English Premier League football clubs and is expected to cost a minimum of €25 million (S$39.4 million).

Wantaway Chelsea striker Diego Costa has further forced the issue of his impending departure from Stamford Bridge after he was pictured partying in an Atletico Madrid top. "Chelsea is a big club", the 24-year-old said.

"They had a great season and I that's why I said I want to be a part of that".

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