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Conte rules out Chiellini's potential Chelsea move

12 Enero 2018

David Luiz is an energetic and charismatic character that is necessary in almost every dressing room.

N'Golo Kante will keep his place in the holding role while I expect Conte to deploy a three-man central midfield as he has done for most of the top games this season.

And the latest outburst from the 20-cap Italy international has seen him claim that he has been regularly let down in the transfer market by clubs preferring to run an "austerity programme".

And speculation has been rife that Conte is keen to bring the 33-year-old to Stamford Bridge with David Luiz potentially on his way out of the Premier League club. To keep the players happy to stay with us, to continue to work with us. "I don't see a problem", said Conte.

"I do not aim high with my requests, especially as in my history I've rarely been given the players I asked for", he told Sky Sport Italia, according to Goal.com.

"Last season we played only two because in the (League) Cup we were out very soon in the second round", he added. "I trust in my club and I'm sure they will take the best decision for the team".

Even while squandering multiple chances, Chelsea managed to seize a point from the widely anticipated clash with Arsenal, which ended 2-2. "If the club decide to ask me something about my team, I try to give my opinion".

Chelsea has a very thin squad and Antonio Conte wanted his players to be available at all the time.

Both players have the World Cup to look forward to, but the depth of talent in both Brazil and Belgium's squad leaves little room for players who aren't getting regular minutes.

"We must be disappointed; we had a great chance to win, but we must accept the final result".

"Giorgio is a fantastic player but I think he wants to finish his career at Juventus and I think it's right to finish his career in this way".

Conte rules out Chiellini's potential Chelsea move