Published: Sun, June 25, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Lampard: Tying down Conte would be Chelsea's most important signing of summer


Antonio Conte guided Chelsea to the Premier League title in his first season in English football but is aware that his squad requires more depth going into next season given the club's Champions League commitments.

Atletico are banned from making transfers, but as the Daily Mail report, in theory, they can still sign players, but will not be able to register them until January.

Diego Costa has told old club Atletico Madrid he is eager to return as he seeks to leave Chelsea this summer.

The 47-year-old is now on holiday in Italy and is close to securing a new home close to Chelsea's training ground ahead of his wife and daughter's move to join him in London.

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Alves' agent had a meeting with Serie A champions Juventus on Monday and made the club aware of his client's desire to move on. Lewandowski has just one goal behind striker Dortmund "Borussia" Pierre-Emerick of Forward.

Chelsea need to make a statementSigning Lewandowski would be a statement not only that Chelsea are going to do everything they can to retain their title, but it would strengthen the Premier League's position over numerous other European leagues who crave the big names.

Antonio Conte is reported to have solved his issues with Chelsea and the Blues are now ready to begin negotiations to complete the first signings of the summer.

However, Conte seems to have already found the ideal replacement with many publications claiming that a deal for former striker Romelu Lukaku is all but done.

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