Reports emerged in Italy that Antonio Conte was not happy with Chelsea’s transfer dealings so far this summer and club is set to make Conte happy with signing two major signings for the Italian.
The ex-Juventus coach recently poured out his mind towards the board concerning the way they are going about the summer transfer window business.
Chelsea won the Premier League in Conte’s debut season by the coach has not been in unhappy mood towards the board for lack of transfer activities.
The likes of Manchester United and Manchester City have made big summer moves, Chelsea has not signed anyone and that has been a concern for the Italian boss.
Chelsea is now set to immediate transfer plans and the Blues are set to make offers for Juventus left-back Alex Sandro and Monaco defensive midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko according to the Guardian
Chelsea has been linked with Sandro and Bakayoko for much of the summer already.
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Chelsea has initial see their bid for Alex Sandro rejected and are tipped to come back with an improved offer for the Brazilian.
Chelsea’s next offer for Sandro will be 55 million pounds according to the Guardian.
On Chelsea’s interest in Monaco defensive midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, likely to come to fruition, Chelsea will bid 40 million pounds for Bakayoko.
If Bakayoko joins, this would not likely see the departure of Nemanja Matic, who has been linked with Manchester United in recent weeks.
Romelu Lukaku remains Chelsea’s prime target this summer but the transfer fee requested by Everton is proving to be the stumbling block to the deal.
There are also suggestions that once Chelsea makes their moves in the summer transfer market, Antonio Conte will sign his new contract.