Monday, 19 December 2016


The Premier League bellwethers are considering
a foray into the market in January, with the
ex-Juventus boss keen to fortify his
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has alluded
the Premier League bellwethers could integrate to
their ranks in the January transfer window.
N'Golo Kante, Michy Batshuayi, Marcos
Alonso and David Luiz all joined ahead of
the 2016-17 campaign, but with Oscar
ostensibly peregrinating to China, Conte is
yare to re-enter the market to boost
Chelsea's designation hopes.
"We must be very pleased for the
achievement we have reached now, but it is
logical that I look with my club for a
solution to arrive in a good position at the
end of the season," Conte said.
"I do not know what will happen in January
but in this situation it is important to talk
with my club. We have a fantastic
"I have my idea, but I prefer to discuss this
with the club."
Chelsea have been in stunning form in
recent weeks, winning 11 Premier League
games in succession, but Conte feels there
is still plenty of room for improvement,
particularly in front of goal.
"I think we could have scored more goals
against Crystal Palace on Saturday, but we
only got one, and it was the same at
Sunderland," the former Italy and Juventus
coach added.
"We can improve and be more clinical
because when you have this type of game
you are at risk until the end."
Chelsea play host to Bournemouth in the
league next Monday.

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