Futbol italiano: Juventus

Las mejores imágenes de la Juve

Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
3 Incaran Utama Juventus di Lini Tengah
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
Juventus bersedia menyiapkan dana yang besar untuk memulangkan Paul Pogba ke Turin.
Juventus Buka Peluang Rekrut Paul Pogba
Juventus bersedia menyiapkan dana yang besar untuk memulangkan Paul Pogba ke Turin.
Diego Godin dianggap bisa memperkuat lini pertahanan Juventus.
Juventus Pertimbangkan Bek Atletico Madrid
Diego Godin dianggap bisa memperkuat lini pertahanan Juventus.
Juventus membidik kiper Genoa Mattia Perin.
Juventus Temukan Suksesor Buffon
Juventus membidik kiper Genoa Mattia Perin.
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
3 Incaran Utama Juventus di Lini Tengah
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
3 Incaran Utama Juventus di Lini Tengah
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
3 Incaran Utama Juventus di Lini Tengah
Allegri telah meminta Juventus merekrut gelandang tangguh musim panas nanti.
Unai Emery appears to have announced himself as Arsenal's new manager. The 46-year-old's official website - www.unai-emery.com - displayed a picture of the former Paris St Germain head coach alongside an Arsenal crest and the message: "Proud to be part of the Arsenal family." After social media lit up at the supposed revelation, www.unai-emery.com stopped working, and showed an error message instead. The Spaniard's appointment as Arsene Wenger's replacement was expected to become official later this week, but it now appears the Spaniard has confirmed the news. Emery left PSG at the end of the season Credit: AFP Emery left PSG at the end of this campaign following a two-year stint where he won one Ligue 1 title and four domestic cups, having led Sevilla to three successive Europa League trophies prior to that. Mikel Arteta, Luis Enrique and Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri were among those strongly linked to the role and Emery has only been seen as an outside bet with bookmakers since Wenger's departure was first confirmed last month.
Has Unai Emery accidentally revealed he is new Arsenal manager?
Unai Emery appears to have announced himself as Arsenal's new manager. The 46-year-old's official website - www.unai-emery.com - displayed a picture of the former Paris St Germain head coach alongside an Arsenal crest and the message: "Proud to be part of the Arsenal family." After social media lit up at the supposed revelation, www.unai-emery.com stopped working, and showed an error message instead. The Spaniard's appointment as Arsene Wenger's replacement was expected to become official later this week, but it now appears the Spaniard has confirmed the news. Emery left PSG at the end of the season Credit: AFP Emery left PSG at the end of this campaign following a two-year stint where he won one Ligue 1 title and four domestic cups, having led Sevilla to three successive Europa League trophies prior to that. Mikel Arteta, Luis Enrique and Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri were among those strongly linked to the role and Emery has only been seen as an outside bet with bookmakers since Wenger's departure was first confirmed last month.
Unai Emery appears to have announced himself as Arsenal's new manager. The 46-year-old's official website - www.unai-emery.com - displayed a picture of the former Paris St Germain head coach alongside an Arsenal crest and the message: "Proud to be part of the Arsenal family." After social media lit up at the supposed revelation, www.unai-emery.com stopped working, and showed an error message instead. The Spaniard's appointment as Arsene Wenger's replacement was expected to become official later this week, but it now appears the Spaniard has confirmed the news. Emery left PSG at the end of the season Credit: AFP Emery left PSG at the end of this campaign following a two-year stint where he won one Ligue 1 title and four domestic cups, having led Sevilla to three successive Europa League trophies prior to that. Mikel Arteta, Luis Enrique and Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri were among those strongly linked to the role and Emery has only been seen as an outside bet with bookmakers since Wenger's departure was first confirmed last month.
Has Unai Emery accidentally revealed he is new Arsenal manager?
Unai Emery appears to have announced himself as Arsenal's new manager. The 46-year-old's official website - www.unai-emery.com - displayed a picture of the former Paris St Germain head coach alongside an Arsenal crest and the message: "Proud to be part of the Arsenal family." After social media lit up at the supposed revelation, www.unai-emery.com stopped working, and showed an error message instead. The Spaniard's appointment as Arsene Wenger's replacement was expected to become official later this week, but it now appears the Spaniard has confirmed the news. Emery left PSG at the end of the season Credit: AFP Emery left PSG at the end of this campaign following a two-year stint where he won one Ligue 1 title and four domestic cups, having led Sevilla to three successive Europa League trophies prior to that. Mikel Arteta, Luis Enrique and Juventus' Massimiliano Allegri were among those strongly linked to the role and Emery has only been seen as an outside bet with bookmakers since Wenger's departure was first confirmed last month.
On paper, there is nothing this season to separate Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah, each boasting 44 goals in all competitions and each building a persuasive case to capture the Ballon d’Or. But when invited yesterday to choose, Zinedine Zidane was adamant. “I would not swap Cristiano, or any of my players,” said the Real Madrid manager, galvanising his team in their quest for a third Champions League title in a row. “Liverpool have a brilliant front three, everyone talks about their attackers, but we can find ways to damage them. We fear nothing.” It was this type of attitude that pervaded Valdebebas, Real’s gleaming, manicured training compound, carved out of the arid scrub beside Barajas Airport. One would have hesitated to call it hubris, more a serene conviction that an extension of supremacy was theirs for the taking. Where other institutions might be superstitious about the number 13, Real plastered it everywhere here, regarding a 13th European Cup triumph less as an ambition than a fate preordained. Take Toni Kroos, for example. The German midfield conjurer, not a man given to hyperbole, predicted that he and his team-mates would confront “11 animals” in Kiev on Saturday night. And yet he did not appear remotely unnerved by the prospect, explaining that Real would counter Liverpool’s ferocity with composure and precision. “We will be better on the ball,” said Kroos, the anchoring figure who has variously been described as the “axle” and “one-man orchestra” for this Real side, with Barcelona’s Xavi anointing him as his natural successor in the game. “I am calm, not very nervous – that’s my character. I have a lot of confidence from my previous finals, which allows me not to have the same nerves as some other players. I don’t see Liverpool being hungrier than us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “To end up in three Champions League finals, you must be at the top in terms of motivation. If not, you don’t beat Paris St-Germain, Juventus and Bayern Munich in succession.” Throughout an hour of open training yesterday, Real showcased their slickness to full effect. It is at moments like this that the value of Zidane, for all the doubts over his future stirred by a distant third-place finish in La Liga, becomes clear. Time and again, during volleying practice, he delivered the ball on a dime for Ronaldo and Luka Modric to crack it into the top corner. It was as if the pair were trying to replicate their manager’s own greatest goal, a delicious volley to win the Champions League for Real in 2002. Ronaldo, Zidane knows, represents the key to Real adding to their unparalleled loot. In each of their past two European finals, he was front and centre, providing the decisive penalty in Milan in 2016 and scoring two of the deftest goals in last June’s glory over Juventus in Cardiff. While his form dipped periodically over the past domestic campaign, Zidane expressed little doubt that the competition’s top scorer would be rejuvenated when it mattered most. “I believe that a player knows he may have a complex moment, but for Cristiano it’s the other way round,” he said. “When he doesn’t score, he still knows that he will score three or four times in a row. “Some players cannot handle pressure. But with him, the more pressure you create, the more you criticise, the better he plays. He is the best, so he will be of the utmost importance.” Ronaldo size Ronaldo, for his part, left no room for confusion in anticipating what Saturday’s outcome would be. “I have a lot of respect for Liverpool, but I think Madrid are better,” the Portuguese said. “We need to recognise the history we can make and to show our experience.” There was no evidence of the ankle injury that Ronaldo sustained earlier this month in the 2-2 draw with bitter rivals Barcelona. Indeed, he played and scored against Villarreal last weekend, promising that he would be “120 per cent” fit for Kiev. The one imponderable in Zidane’s plans concerns the role of Gareth Bale. While the Welsh winger has hinted at a return to his best in recent weeks, with four goals in three games, the state of his relationship with the manager seldom seems rock-solid. In particular, Zidane’s decision to leave him on the substitutes’ bench for the 2-1 semi-final win over Bayern was a chastening blow. Bale stands poised to claim a remarkable fourth Champions League winner’s medal in five years if he can overcome Zidane’s reservations, but for now the smart money is on the Frenchman keeping faith with Isco for the final.
Zinedine Zidane: I wouldn't swap any Real Madrid player for Mo Salah
On paper, there is nothing this season to separate Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah, each boasting 44 goals in all competitions and each building a persuasive case to capture the Ballon d’Or. But when invited yesterday to choose, Zinedine Zidane was adamant. “I would not swap Cristiano, or any of my players,” said the Real Madrid manager, galvanising his team in their quest for a third Champions League title in a row. “Liverpool have a brilliant front three, everyone talks about their attackers, but we can find ways to damage them. We fear nothing.” It was this type of attitude that pervaded Valdebebas, Real’s gleaming, manicured training compound, carved out of the arid scrub beside Barajas Airport. One would have hesitated to call it hubris, more a serene conviction that an extension of supremacy was theirs for the taking. Where other institutions might be superstitious about the number 13, Real plastered it everywhere here, regarding a 13th European Cup triumph less as an ambition than a fate preordained. Take Toni Kroos, for example. The German midfield conjurer, not a man given to hyperbole, predicted that he and his team-mates would confront “11 animals” in Kiev on Saturday night. And yet he did not appear remotely unnerved by the prospect, explaining that Real would counter Liverpool’s ferocity with composure and precision. “We will be better on the ball,” said Kroos, the anchoring figure who has variously been described as the “axle” and “one-man orchestra” for this Real side, with Barcelona’s Xavi anointing him as his natural successor in the game. “I am calm, not very nervous – that’s my character. I have a lot of confidence from my previous finals, which allows me not to have the same nerves as some other players. I don’t see Liverpool being hungrier than us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “To end up in three Champions League finals, you must be at the top in terms of motivation. If not, you don’t beat Paris St-Germain, Juventus and Bayern Munich in succession.” Throughout an hour of open training yesterday, Real showcased their slickness to full effect. It is at moments like this that the value of Zidane, for all the doubts over his future stirred by a distant third-place finish in La Liga, becomes clear. Time and again, during volleying practice, he delivered the ball on a dime for Ronaldo and Luka Modric to crack it into the top corner. It was as if the pair were trying to replicate their manager’s own greatest goal, a delicious volley to win the Champions League for Real in 2002. Ronaldo, Zidane knows, represents the key to Real adding to their unparalleled loot. In each of their past two European finals, he was front and centre, providing the decisive penalty in Milan in 2016 and scoring two of the deftest goals in last June’s glory over Juventus in Cardiff. While his form dipped periodically over the past domestic campaign, Zidane expressed little doubt that the competition’s top scorer would be rejuvenated when it mattered most. “I believe that a player knows he may have a complex moment, but for Cristiano it’s the other way round,” he said. “When he doesn’t score, he still knows that he will score three or four times in a row. “Some players cannot handle pressure. But with him, the more pressure you create, the more you criticise, the better he plays. He is the best, so he will be of the utmost importance.” Ronaldo size Ronaldo, for his part, left no room for confusion in anticipating what Saturday’s outcome would be. “I have a lot of respect for Liverpool, but I think Madrid are better,” the Portuguese said. “We need to recognise the history we can make and to show our experience.” There was no evidence of the ankle injury that Ronaldo sustained earlier this month in the 2-2 draw with bitter rivals Barcelona. Indeed, he played and scored against Villarreal last weekend, promising that he would be “120 per cent” fit for Kiev. The one imponderable in Zidane’s plans concerns the role of Gareth Bale. While the Welsh winger has hinted at a return to his best in recent weeks, with four goals in three games, the state of his relationship with the manager seldom seems rock-solid. In particular, Zidane’s decision to leave him on the substitutes’ bench for the 2-1 semi-final win over Bayern was a chastening blow. Bale stands poised to claim a remarkable fourth Champions League winner’s medal in five years if he can overcome Zidane’s reservations, but for now the smart money is on the Frenchman keeping faith with Isco for the final.
Il talento della Roma, Cengiz Under, spiega: “Vogliamo interrompere la striscia della Juventus, possiamo farcela nella prossima stagione”.
Rammarico Under: "Due rigori negati, potevamo essere a Kiev"
Il talento della Roma, Cengiz Under, spiega: “Vogliamo interrompere la striscia della Juventus, possiamo farcela nella prossima stagione”.
Il talento della Roma, Cengiz Under, spiega: “Vogliamo interrompere la striscia della Juventus, possiamo farcela nella prossima stagione”.
Rammarico Under: "Due rigori negati, potevamo essere a Kiev"
Il talento della Roma, Cengiz Under, spiega: “Vogliamo interrompere la striscia della Juventus, possiamo farcela nella prossima stagione”.
Milan, le 21 mai dernier. Gianluigi Buffon lors de son dernier match avec la Juventus de Turin
Buffon a très envie du PSG
Milan, le 21 mai dernier. Gianluigi Buffon lors de son dernier match avec la Juventus de Turin
La dirigenza della Juventus ha incontrato i vertici del Genoa a margine dell'assemblea di Lega: i bianconeri mettono sul piatto 10 milioni per Perin.
Calciomercato Juventus: la trattativa per Perin va avanti
La dirigenza della Juventus ha incontrato i vertici del Genoa a margine dell'assemblea di Lega: i bianconeri mettono sul piatto 10 milioni per Perin.
La dirigenza della Juventus ha incontrato i vertici del Genoa a margine dell'assemblea di Lega: i bianconeri mettono sul piatto 10 milioni per Perin.
Calciomercato Juventus: la trattativa per Perin va avanti
La dirigenza della Juventus ha incontrato i vertici del Genoa a margine dell'assemblea di Lega: i bianconeri mettono sul piatto 10 milioni per Perin.
Unai Emery did not feature on Arsenal’s original shortlist of potential successors to Arsene Wenger before eventually landing the job ahead of Mikel Arteta. The Gunners are set to unveil Emery as the club’s new manager on a contract worth around £6million-a-year and will allow him to bring up to four members of his own backroom staff with him. But Telegraph Sport understands first contact between the two parties was only made 10 days ago – after most of the interviews had already taken place. The likes of Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Max Allegri were all first sounded out over the Arsenal post over a fortnight ago after Arsenal had drawn up their original shortlist. Emery was only put on to the club’s radar by an agent once a number of candidates were waiting to hear back about their own interviews or had pulled out of the race themselves. Emery will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal Credit: Getty images Allegri decided against leaving Juventus for Arsenal, while Julian Nagelsmann preferred to stay at Hoffenheim for another year. Vieira has been left annoyed over the lack of contact since he spoke to the Gunners about a return. That left Arteta in pole position, but Emery managed to push his way into the frame late on and the club decided to go for what they view as a safer pair of hands following an 11th-hour U-turn. Arsenal insist the club ran through a thorough process with prime candidates and ended up with one preferred person in Emery, who is said to have produced an impressive presentation in his interview. Emery has agreed to work within the new Arsenal structure, which means he will not have the final say on transfers, and has accepted the club will operate on a limited £50m budget. One of his backroom staff is expected to be Juan Carlos Carcedo, who has followed Emery throughout his managerial career and has a fiery reputation. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Carcedo was given a two-match touchline suspension in January, while working as assistant to Emery at Paris Saint-Germain, after being sent to the stands in a game against Nantes. He was also sent from the touchline while the pair were at Sevilla and served a ban. French sources have claimed that Carcedo was disliked by a number of PSG players and accused him of ‘lacking warmth’, which may be a shock to the Arsenal squad. The anticipated arrival of Carcedo with Emery places doubt over the position of Steve Bould, who had been waiting to see who the new manager was before making a decision on his own future. Bould has been told that, along with Jens Lehmann, a role will be found for him, but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to effectively accept a demotion. With Emery not fluent in English, Arsenal will need at least one English speaker to work closely with the club’s new manager as he settles in and learns the language. Other than an assistant, Emery is set to bring a new goalkeeping coach and analysts with him to the Emirates.
Exclusive: Unai Emery was not on Arsenal's original manager shortlist
Unai Emery did not feature on Arsenal’s original shortlist of potential successors to Arsene Wenger before eventually landing the job ahead of Mikel Arteta. The Gunners are set to unveil Emery as the club’s new manager on a contract worth around £6million-a-year and will allow him to bring up to four members of his own backroom staff with him. But Telegraph Sport understands first contact between the two parties was only made 10 days ago – after most of the interviews had already taken place. The likes of Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Max Allegri were all first sounded out over the Arsenal post over a fortnight ago after Arsenal had drawn up their original shortlist. Emery was only put on to the club’s radar by an agent once a number of candidates were waiting to hear back about their own interviews or had pulled out of the race themselves. Emery will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal Credit: Getty images Allegri decided against leaving Juventus for Arsenal, while Julian Nagelsmann preferred to stay at Hoffenheim for another year. Vieira has been left annoyed over the lack of contact since he spoke to the Gunners about a return. That left Arteta in pole position, but Emery managed to push his way into the frame late on and the club decided to go for what they view as a safer pair of hands following an 11th-hour U-turn. Arsenal insist the club ran through a thorough process with prime candidates and ended up with one preferred person in Emery, who is said to have produced an impressive presentation in his interview. Emery has agreed to work within the new Arsenal structure, which means he will not have the final say on transfers, and has accepted the club will operate on a limited £50m budget. One of his backroom staff is expected to be Juan Carlos Carcedo, who has followed Emery throughout his managerial career and has a fiery reputation. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Carcedo was given a two-match touchline suspension in January, while working as assistant to Emery at Paris Saint-Germain, after being sent to the stands in a game against Nantes. He was also sent from the touchline while the pair were at Sevilla and served a ban. French sources have claimed that Carcedo was disliked by a number of PSG players and accused him of ‘lacking warmth’, which may be a shock to the Arsenal squad. The anticipated arrival of Carcedo with Emery places doubt over the position of Steve Bould, who had been waiting to see who the new manager was before making a decision on his own future. Bould has been told that, along with Jens Lehmann, a role will be found for him, but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to effectively accept a demotion. With Emery not fluent in English, Arsenal will need at least one English speaker to work closely with the club’s new manager as he settles in and learns the language. Other than an assistant, Emery is set to bring a new goalkeeping coach and analysts with him to the Emirates.
Unai Emery did not feature on Arsenal’s original shortlist of potential successors to Arsene Wenger before eventually landing the job ahead of Mikel Arteta. The Gunners are set to unveil Emery as the club’s new manager on a contract worth around £6million-a-year and will allow him to bring up to four members of his own backroom staff with him. But Telegraph Sport understands first contact between the two parties was only made 10 days ago – after most of the interviews had already taken place. The likes of Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Max Allegri were all first sounded out over the Arsenal post over a fortnight ago after Arsenal had drawn up their original shortlist. Emery was only put on to the club’s radar by an agent once a number of candidates were waiting to hear back about their own interviews or had pulled out of the race themselves. Emery will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal Credit: Getty images Allegri decided against leaving Juventus for Arsenal, while Julian Nagelsmann preferred to stay at Hoffenheim for another year. Vieira has been left annoyed over the lack of contact since he spoke to the Gunners about a return. That left Arteta in pole position, but Emery managed to push his way into the frame late on and the club decided to go for what they view as a safer pair of hands following an 11th-hour U-turn. Arsenal insist the club ran through a thorough process with prime candidates and ended up with one preferred person in Emery, who is said to have produced an impressive presentation in his interview. Emery has agreed to work within the new Arsenal structure, which means he will not have the final say on transfers, and has accepted the club will operate on a limited £50m budget. One of his backroom staff is expected to be Juan Carlos Carcedo, who has followed Emery throughout his managerial career and has a fiery reputation. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Carcedo was given a two-match touchline suspension in January, while working as assistant to Emery at Paris Saint-Germain, after being sent to the stands in a game against Nantes. He was also sent from the touchline while the pair were at Sevilla and served a ban. French sources have claimed that Carcedo was disliked by a number of PSG players and accused him of ‘lacking warmth’, which may be a shock to the Arsenal squad. The anticipated arrival of Carcedo with Emery places doubt over the position of Steve Bould, who had been waiting to see who the new manager was before making a decision on his own future. Bould has been told that, along with Jens Lehmann, a role will be found for him, but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to effectively accept a demotion. With Emery not fluent in English, Arsenal will need at least one English speaker to work closely with the club’s new manager as he settles in and learns the language. Other than an assistant, Emery is set to bring a new goalkeeping coach and analysts with him to the Emirates.
Exclusive: Unai Emery was not on Arsenal's original manager shortlist
Unai Emery did not feature on Arsenal’s original shortlist of potential successors to Arsene Wenger before eventually landing the job ahead of Mikel Arteta. The Gunners are set to unveil Emery as the club’s new manager on a contract worth around £6million-a-year and will allow him to bring up to four members of his own backroom staff with him. But Telegraph Sport understands first contact between the two parties was only made 10 days ago – after most of the interviews had already taken place. The likes of Arteta, Patrick Vieira and Max Allegri were all first sounded out over the Arsenal post over a fortnight ago after Arsenal had drawn up their original shortlist. Emery was only put on to the club’s radar by an agent once a number of candidates were waiting to hear back about their own interviews or had pulled out of the race themselves. Emery will replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal Credit: Getty images Allegri decided against leaving Juventus for Arsenal, while Julian Nagelsmann preferred to stay at Hoffenheim for another year. Vieira has been left annoyed over the lack of contact since he spoke to the Gunners about a return. That left Arteta in pole position, but Emery managed to push his way into the frame late on and the club decided to go for what they view as a safer pair of hands following an 11th-hour U-turn. Arsenal insist the club ran through a thorough process with prime candidates and ended up with one preferred person in Emery, who is said to have produced an impressive presentation in his interview. Emery has agreed to work within the new Arsenal structure, which means he will not have the final say on transfers, and has accepted the club will operate on a limited £50m budget. One of his backroom staff is expected to be Juan Carlos Carcedo, who has followed Emery throughout his managerial career and has a fiery reputation. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Carcedo was given a two-match touchline suspension in January, while working as assistant to Emery at Paris Saint-Germain, after being sent to the stands in a game against Nantes. He was also sent from the touchline while the pair were at Sevilla and served a ban. French sources have claimed that Carcedo was disliked by a number of PSG players and accused him of ‘lacking warmth’, which may be a shock to the Arsenal squad. The anticipated arrival of Carcedo with Emery places doubt over the position of Steve Bould, who had been waiting to see who the new manager was before making a decision on his own future. Bould has been told that, along with Jens Lehmann, a role will be found for him, but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to effectively accept a demotion. With Emery not fluent in English, Arsenal will need at least one English speaker to work closely with the club’s new manager as he settles in and learns the language. Other than an assistant, Emery is set to bring a new goalkeeping coach and analysts with him to the Emirates.
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Chelsea face hefty compensation package as Antonio Conte considers break from football
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Chelsea face hefty compensation package as Antonio Conte considers break from football
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
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