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Chelsea Sacked Antonio Conte: As Maurizio Sarri is all set to play the role of Blue Boss

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Aurelio De Laurentiis, the Napoli president has recently revealed that Sarri is taking on the charge as the Head coach of Chelsea, as Antonio Conte’s role being the boss is in dilemma. He further added that it has all been set and there are some paper works left which will eventually close the deal.

Antonio Conte has been leading the Blues for the last two years and now that he is leaving, the total team management has still not confirmed anything in front of the media.

In the last two years, the Italian successfully led the Blues to win the Champions League trophy in the very first year, however, finished fifth in the second. Not only this,  Conte’s Chelsea has won the FA Cup last spring.

One of the greatest players from Chelsea recently tweeted on the news saying “Great man, Great manager. I wish you every success in the future.”

On the other hand, Ancelotti, the former Chelsea coach is appointed as the head coach for Napoli.

However, as it is not properly finalized yet, Conte has been seen on the Stamford Bridge giving training sessions as he is still left with a £9m-a-year contract with the Blues.

Under Antonio Conte, the Blues did not make any move as of now for any transfers for the upcoming season. Well, the fans can expect some transfers when the new coach will take on the charge. Sarri will probably look for Golovin, the Russian Striker, and Juventus’s centre-back Daniele Rugani.

As soon as Sarri will reach the Stamford Bridge, he might have to make some crucial moves as three stars from the current team are already under the eyes of different clubs. The reason behind the same would be Real Madrid will be looking for Eden Hazard as a compensation for their Ronaldo’s position.

Not only this, the Belgian Goalkeeper Courtois can also be targeted the Spanish Giants, Madrid. On the other hand, rumors are that Barcelona is already eyeing for Willian.

Thus, it will not be an easy job to manage a Premier League team like Chelsea.

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