Published: Sun, February 04, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Chelsea must sign better players - Conte

Chelsea must sign better players - Conte

With his future under enormous doubt, The Telegraph allege that Conte has told Chelsea that they'll need to make two or three truly world class signings if they're to trump City for the Premier League title next season.

"From the start of the season, and since the defeat against Bournemouth, there's been a lot of speculation about me being sacked", Conte added.

"Then we will see what happens". That is top. We must be realistic. It's clear that it won't be, or it's highly unlikely to be, the same person who will be in permanent charge of the national team in future.

"I think we are doing more (over-achieving)".

"You look at those players, Giroud is there to play as a single striker, Zappacosta wing back, Marcos Alonso wing back, David Luiz one of a back three".

"We have to build something important". He was out for 50 days and played 15 minutes in the game against Swansea.

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"In the summer we changed eight players but that means you don't have a basis, a great foundation". We lost strong, experienced players in the last few years, so we must have patience to understand that.

In an interview with Sky Sport, the 72-year-old former general secretary of the Italian Olympic Committee explained: "First of all we need to think about the coach who'll be sitting on the bench for the next two friendlies at the end of March". The Brazilian starlet, 20, was thought to be on the Gunners' radar in January but the vacancy for a forward was ultimately filled by £56million record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. He commented that he gives the board a list of players that he wishes to sign and then its the responsibility of the board to recruit the players.

As per reports in The Telegraph, Chelsea have lined up Luis Enrique to be the next possible successor for the managerial job at Stamford Bridge.

"[I was] not surprised".

It was nearly odd to see how Chelsea went about their business in this window, considering their history for going after the best players in the world, regardless of the price that they may demand. "We sold Matic to Manchester United this season".

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