Chelsea transfer news
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte will be offered a staggering four-year contract worth £52million to quit Stamford Bridge for Inter Milan, according to reports.
Inter have already onto their second manager this season as new owners Suning Group target immediate glory.
The club are preparing for a big summer transfer window and want Conte in charge to oversee a £350million spend.
That is according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, who claim Conte has been earmarked as the man to replace Stefano Pioli at the end of the season.
Conte celebrates with Chelsea fans after Hazard scores sensational goal against Arsenal
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Antonio Conte was very pleased with Eden Hazard's goal against Arsenal!
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Conte is not the only Premier League star Inter Milan are chasing, with Sergio Aguero also high on their wish list for the summer.
Express Sport understands Inter are dead set on landing Aguero before the start of the next Serie A campaign.
The San Siro giants are prepared to offer Aguero £300,000 a week – a significant pay his from his £220,000 weekly wage he earns at City.
Inter Milan want to land Conte (left) and Aguero in the summer
Chelsea are also said to be interested in signing Sergio Aguero
Aguero’s future at City is in the balance, with new signing Gabriel Jesus proving an instant hit and manager Pep Guardiola keen on bringing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to the club this summer.
However, the Sunday Mirror report that Chelsea could also swoop for Aguero if he became available.
According to the claims, Chelsea would have to stump up £75m to land the Argentina star, with Real Madrid also eyeing a move.
Chelsea are the bookies' favourites to win the title
Chelsea’s win over Arsenal yesterday saw them move 12 points clear of their title rivals and has caused bookmakers Boylesports to pay out early on the Blues winning the Premier League.
Chelsea stunned Arsenal 3-1 thanks to goals from Marcos Alonso, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas.
Tottenham’s win over Middlesbrough means the gap between first and second in the league remains nine points.
But Chelsea’s current form and demolition of Arsenal has forced the bookies to act.
“This payout is costing us a large six figure sum but we are rewarding our loyal customers and fans of the unstoppable Chelsea,” said BoyleSports spokesperson Liam Glynn.