Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique would prefer moving to Arsenal over Chelsea, according to reports.
In one of football’s worst kept secrets, Antonio Conte is believed to be leaving Chelsea at the end of the season. However, it has been revealed that the pay-off he would be owed is making the situation all that more difficult.
The end of the season is fast approaching and change is expected at Chelsea during the summer. However, the Blues are heading into the period severely unprepared.
Chelsea have sounded out Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri as a candidate to replace Antonio Conte at the end of the season, according to reports.
Former Chelsea captain Marcel Desailly has urged the club’s owner Roman Abramovich to keep faith in manager Antonio Conte beyond the end of the season.
If Antonio Conte’s latest comments are to be taken to heart, then Chelsea were never really meant to have a great season in 2017/18.
One of the biggest ongoing stories at Chelsea involves the loan move of Michy Batshuayi to Borussia Dortmund and how successful it has been so far. The Blues themselves haven’t had the best of luck in front of goal since his temporary departure which begs the question: why did Antonio Conte let him leave?
Chelsea star Marcos Alonso has admitted that he felt his side were always going to struggle after their Premier League heroics last season.
Former Borussia Dortmund boss Thomas Tuchel has reportedly held meetings with Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia about succeeding Antonio Conte as Blues manager.
With Europe’s big leagues taking breaks in line with international football taking place, there is time for negotiations at club level. That is exactly what’s happened this week as Antonio Conte has reportedly held talks with Paris Saint-Germain, who are thought to be looking to replace Unai Emery after another unsuccessful UEFA Champions League campaign.
Lionel Messi finally ended his goal drought against Chelsea in the first and second legs of Barcelona’s last-16 tie with the Blues. After a 1-1 draw in the first-leg, Antonio Conte’s side travelled to the Camp Nou in hope of a historic night but they were beaten 3-0 and Barca’s pint-sized magician was a class above the rest.
Chelsea romped to the Premier League title last term after finishing seven points ahead of their London rivals, Tottenham. The Blues won 30 of the 38 matches, with 13 of them coming consecutively from the start of October to the end of December and Antonio Conte was praised for his ‘three at the back’ tactics that he became known for during his time at Juventus. However, now he is facing the sack as his side sit outside of the Champions League places. Here are three potential managers that may come in to replace him.
Antonio Conte will no doubt be feeling the pressure at Chelsea after a more than miserable campaign this season, with the Blues looking unlikely to even qualify for the Champions League tournament next year at this present moment.
Antonio Conte is having to endure a lot of criticism and pressure following Chelsea’s recent poor performances but he is not prepared to take it lying down.
Sunday proved yet another frustrating night match for Chelsea fans as they saw their team fail to put up a fight in their 1-0 loss to Manchester City. The lack of work rate from the players was one of the major criticisms of the Blues’ performance but their star man has chosen something else to pick out after the weak showing.
Antonio Conte has admitted that Chelsea must admire the style of football that is being played by the “unstoppable” Manchester City this season.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is a wanted man, just not in the criminal sense.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has spoken out on why he shook hands with Blues boss Antonio Conte prior to the Red Devils’ 2-1 victory at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.
Antonio Conte has spoken about his Blues’ future following Chelsea’s 1-1 Champions League draw with Barcelona on Tuesday.
Eden Hazard has opened up about his preferred playing position following the 1-1 stalemate against Barcelona.
Chelsea coach Antonio Conte says he has “doubts” as to who should be in his starting XI for Tuesday’s mega-clash against Barcelona.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has warned his charges against making the curtailing of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi a one-man job.
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte feels that his side can beat Barcelona in their Champions League last-16 clash, with the first leg taking place this Tuesday at Stamford Bridge.
A bizarre prank started by Italian satirical programme Le Iene with Man United boss Jose Mourinho ended yesterday with Chelsea’s Antonio Conte.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has conceded he’s been a “disaster” in attempting to convince the Blues’ hierarchy to pursue his transfer targets during his time at the club.