Thursday, 4 January 2018

Chelsea Boss Conte Admits Some Players Could Leave In January

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has admitted want-away players could leave in January, so long as the club identify able replacements.
The Italian coach cited the importance of retaining a happy squad, hinting that those who harm the positive atmosphere could be moved on, reports Goal.

He also didn’t deny players might have to leave if their hopes of call-up for the World Cup squad are in jeopardy.
He said: “I was a player, I will understand if someone is worried about the World Cup. I will understand, at the same time it’s very important to keep players very happy to stay here, to work with us and I think this must be our priority. 

Our squad is not big and for this reason I think it’s impossible to send on loan one player or to sell one player if we don’t take another player."
Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi, who was signed from Olympique Marseille for £35m (N16.8bn) in 2016, is one of the players who could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge this month followed by Brazilian defender David Luiz, having fallen out with Conte earlier in the campaign.

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