Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Chelsea To Use Diego Costa Text In Case Against Antonio Conte

Chelsea To Use Diego Costa Text In Case Against Antonio Conte

Chelsea announced on Friday that they have sacked coach Antonio Conte, paving the way for Maurizio Sarri to take over.

Chelsea hoped that another club might attempt to buy Conte out of the final year of his Stamford Bridge contract as he was unwilling to resign, but Paris Saint-Germain's appointment of Thomas Tuchel and Real Madrid's choice of Julen Lopetegui eliminated the possibility.

Chelsea have officially parted company with Antonio Conte, and the statement about his departure is truly embarrassing considering his stint at Stamford Bridge.

"I wish you every success in the future".

The Italian had two contrasting campaigns at the helm as he over a team that finished 10th in the Premier League as defending champions and turned them around immediately to reclaim the title in 2016/17.

The off-field controversies bled onto the pitch and the west Londoners flattered to deceive.

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"During Antonio's time at the club, we won our sixth league title and eighth FA Cup". "Great man, Great manager".

Chelsea seeks a 13th permanent manager under Abramovich's ownership, and at possibly the most turbulent period of the Russian billionaire's trophy-filled reign.

Sarri's future has been up in the air since Napoli hired Carlo Ancelotti as their new coach in May.

The 59-year-old helped establish Napoli as a major threat in European competitions with the club finishing just four points behind Juventus last season.

His exit could mean that Chelsea's transfer window finally grinds into gear, with Sarri understood to have already instructed the Blues board to chase a number of players, including Jorginho, who is expected to follow him from Napoli for €58 million.

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