Chelsea stars return to training amid Conte's uncertainty

Chelsea stars return to training amid Conte's uncertainty

This remains a problem for all four parties involved. Why?

Gab Marcotti puts himself in the shoes of the Chelsea brass and explains why the club should hold off on replacing Antonio Conte with Maurizio Sarri.

An agreement in principle is in place to bring Sarri to Stamford Bridge, but Chelsea still need to work with Napoli to secure his release from his contract.

"Let's say that the Sarri affair is nearing its conclusion", De Laurentiis said at the official unveiling of Ancelotti on Wednesday.

The 26-year-old was reportedly set to join champions Manchester City, but, according to De Laurentiis, the player would prefer to live in London.

Former Napoli manager Mauricio Sarri looks set to be named as the new boss at Stamford Bridge, and things are quite likely to change.

"We said to ourselves if Jorginho has any requests, we'll take them into account", De Laurentiis told a press conference at the unveiling of Carlo Ancelotti as the club's new head coach. To that end, they hope to complete the signing of Maurizio Sarri as boss from Napoli.

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Several global stars remain away with their national teams or resting after their participation at the World Cup.

Chelsea declined to comment on the issue when contacted by Reuters.

The news brings to a close nearly a year's worth of rumors that began shortly after Conte won the Premier League title with the club in his first season, leading them to a then-record 30 wins in the process.

Golovin impressed for Russian Federation in this summer's World Cup and will also be a worthy addition in midfield.

That takes the total amount the compensation the London club has paid out in recent times up to a remarkable £89.3M.

Chelsea struggled to a fifth place finish last season and will be itching to get back into the Champions League as soon as possible.