Antonio Conte remains in the dark about his Chelsea future despite overseeing the club's first pre-season training session yesterday. The West London club will not be eligible to play in the Champions League next term after missing out on a top 4 spot.
Yet disputes regarding compensation and the sacking of current Blues boss Antonio Conte is slowing that managerial change down.
According to Sport Mediaset, the 23-year-old will arrive at Stamford Bridge from Juventus, where he struggled to make himself a regular name on the team-sheet. And even after winning the FA Cup against fierce rivals Manchester United in the final, Conte was still seen as a dead man walking at Chelsea.
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On July 7, Chelsea's players who did not compete in the World Cup gathered once more at their Cobham training ground to start their pre-season work. Chelsea have been linked with a variety of Maurizio Sarri's former players in recent weeks, but Jorginho stands out as someone would could step in and improve the starting eleven immediately.
The prolonged uncertainty surrounding Conte and Sarri has had a paralysing effect on Chelsea's transfer plans in a window already complicated by the World Cup and compressed by the Premier League's earlier deadline, set for August 9.
The agreement with Conte is in place and Sarri now expects his appointment on a three-year contract worth around £5.6million a year after tax to be ratified on Monday.