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Frustrated Conte aims dig at Chelsea over signings

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Frustrated Conte aims dig at Chelsea over signings

"For this reason I think it's impossible to send on loan one player or to sell one player, if we don't take another player".

"I prefer to have players who are very happy to stay here than to have players that are unhappy, because when you are unhappy you transfer this to the other players, to me, to my staff", Conte said. I am the coach and my main task is to work on the pitch with my players.

"In my plan, it's very important to involve all my players", said Conte. With a low conversion rate, the 25-year-old is proving to be a poor replacement for Costa.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is not aiming to make any major transfer this January because he's not expecting support from the club as he's hardly gotten the players he requested, the manager has complained. "If the club decide to ask me something about my team, I try to give my opinion".

Chiellini will see his Juventus contract expire at the end of the season but the Italian seems not interested in leaving Turin not even to join one of his mentors in South West London.

Chelsea had to settle for a point despite creating enough chances to win the match, and Conte admits his £70 million summer signing is struggling at the moment.

The defender has been a crucial member of the Juventus back line for a remarkable 13 seasons now and has won six Serie A titles with the club.

Conte says his participation on transfers is limited to making suggestions to director Marina Granovskaia, who leads on recruitment.

Morata's poor game against Arsenal would have no doubt been made worse by Diego Costa scoring on his second debut for Atletico Madrid at the same time - in the Copa del Rey against Real Sociedad. Talking about Luiz first, the Brazilian has completely fallen out of favour with Antonio Conte and has seen Andreas Christensen talking his place while recovering from his injury.