Chelsea’s Antonio Conte Desperate to Sign New Players in January
It’s evident to everyone that Chelsea is struggling this season. After 20 games played, they are holding the third position with 13 points behind the current leaders Manchester City. It’s safe to say that they won’t be lifting the Premier League trophy this year. However, they still have a chance to redeem themselves by winning Champions League or FA Cup.
And that is precisely what Chelsea’s boss Antonio Conte has set his eyes on.
Of course, this is easier said than done. So, what does Conte plan to do to achieve these goals? Well, first he intends to bolster his team by bringing in some key players. Reports say that Antonio has set his eyes on these three players:
- Monaco’s midfielder Thomas Lemar
- Bayer Leverkusen’s winger Leon Bailey
- Everton’s attacking midfielder Ross Barkley
Whether Conte’s plan will go through or not is entirely up to Chelsea’s higher-ups. Some reports say that they are not so eager to spend money in the January transfer window. On the other hand, Conte has stated that without these key players Chelsea won’t end this season gloriously.
Regardless of the outcome, everyone agrees that the current state of the club is not perfect, and some changes need to happen. Whether they will come by the end of this winter or next summer, we are still yet to see. So, all you mobile betting fans hold off your Chelsea bets until after January. By then we will know if Conte’s plan to win the Champions League is even possible.
More from blog
France Ends USA Men’s Basketball 25-Win Olympic Streak
The French men’s basketball team clinched an 83-76 victory against the US on Sunday, July 25, bringing an end to the Dream Team’s 25-game winning streak at the Olympics. The US still has a shot at the gold medal, but the road to it will now be a bit more complicated. The American aura of […]Read more
Tokyo 2020: Six British Olympic Athletes Isolated with Permission to Train
Six British athletes from the national Olympic team have been isolating with permission to train alone, with the possibility to return to full training later this week. According to the latest COVID-19 data, there are nine news cases of infection among the Games staff. The six athletes from the United Kingdom have been forced into […]Read more
England Could Face Stadium Ban Following Euro 2020 Mayhem
UEFA is investigating violence and other unruly fan activities at the Wembley stadium in the Euro 2020 final. The punishment could affect England’s Nations League next year and force the national team to play its upcoming games without fan support. Not only has the Football Association (FA) been charged on four counts following the turmoil […]Read more