Published: Sat, March 18, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Chelsea boss to be offered huge deal to quit Stamford Bridge

Chelsea boss to be offered huge deal to quit Stamford Bridge

Antonio Conte has warned Chelsea's Premier League rivals that Eden Hazard can't be intimidated by rough tackles.

The Nigeria worldwide was taken off in the closing stages at Stamford Bridge but Conte appeared positive over his fitness when asked whether he could feature at Stoke.

Conte said, "Moses trained well today".

"In the first 20-25 minutes (against United) I saw only this type of situation for him, and it was impossible for him to play football".

"For now it is important for me and the players to be focused on the present to reach our target".

After defender Marcos Alonso fouled Joe Allen in Chelsea's 18-yard area, the Austrian stepped up and slid the ball under the 'keeper (Above) to seal a resounding victory, which may have given hope to the likes of Tottenham and Manchester City in the 2016-17 Premier League title race.

"It would mean we've won the league and, for me, it would be a great satisfaction to have one of my players winning this award".

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Mourinho earlier stated he would not have sold Di Maria, Chicharito and Welbeck had he been at United during their time.

There have also been suggestions that the ex-Juventus boss wants more control over transfers, with technical director Michael Emenalo responsible for nearly all of last summer's business.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has defended his predecessor Jose Mourinho's decision to sell Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku during his stint at Stamford Bridge.

"In football it's not simple to give a correct evaluation of all the players as sometimes a player who didn't play well two years ago, but then he has a fantastic season".

Midfielder N'Golo Kante, who joined from Leicester City last year, has had a stellar debut campaign at Chelsea and is being touted to win the player of the year award.

"I don't think it is right to term them mistakes".

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