Chelsea To Raid Manchester City Prime Target

Adjust Comment Print

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte returned to pre-season training on Saturday, despite speculation over his future at Stamford Bridge.

Ex-Napoli manager Maurizio Sarri is heavily expected to take control of the Blues despite Conte attending pre-season training this week.

Sarri has been replaced at Napoli by Carlo Ancelotti, but talks are still ongoing over a deal for him to take over from Antonio Conte as manager at Stamford Bridge.

Fabregas mainly came off the bench for Chelsea as Conte claimed the Premier League title during his first season at the helm in 2016/17, but he enjoyed a more prominent role last term, starting 25 times in total in the top-flight.

Napoli is also expecting compensation of around 4.5 million pounds for Sarri, who is still under contract even though he is no longer its coach.

Should Chelsea spend the money to sack Conte and hire Sarri?

The Blues are set to butt in for Napoli superstar Jorginho, who was initially set to join Manchester City.


Sen. Kamala Harris plans to oppose Trump's Supreme Court nomination
The president has already begun using the high court vacancy as a rallying cry as he campaigns for Republicans across the country. Trump has been struggling with Kavanaugh's association with the Bush family, however, an issue the Post calls the "Bush factor".

This one is probably more of a dream than a reality for Chelsea fans, but Sarri may be able to force a move through.

Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have both publicly said they were seeking clarity on Chelsea's summer plans before deciding whether to sign new long-term contracts, with the club facing a season without Champions League football after finishing fifth in the Premier League.

Nevertheless, until the uncertainty over the coaching situation is cleared up, with the ESPN report above noting that Conte still faces question marks with Maurizio Sarri linked with his job, it would seem logical from Chelsea's perspective to wait.

"It's a very competitive league, between United who'll invest a lot, Chelsea themselves, the always improving Tottenham,'s a very lively league and very open to other clubs".

Jorginho is flying-in to London to complete a £57.5m move to Chelsea after Napoli's president confirmed the midfielder has snubbed Manchester City, according to the Express.

The summer transfer window is open and managers are working hard on their transfer targets so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe.