Chelsea's 'pursuit of Antonio Candreva boosted as Inter Milan choose replacement'

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 3, 2017

"To play three games with the same players means you finish and are exhausted".

On Sunday, The Observer reported that Chelsea are among English clubs interested in Melayro Bogarde, the 15-year-old nephew of former Blues defender Winston Bogarde.

The centre-back made just five appearances for Chelsea's first team after coming back to Stamford Bridge, though, and the Netherlands worldwide believes a permanent switch had to be made for the good of his career.

- The 30-year-old scored 45 times in 192 appearances during a five-season stint at Lazio before moving to Inter in a €22m in 2016.

Antonio Rudiger and Alvaro Morata appear to have struck up a mini bromance following their moves to Chelsea this summer.

"We have a lot of young players and it is necessary to try and develop them". The advisers are not right. The first thing players should have is good patience.

"The coaches of the previous two champions [Chelsea and Leicester] both lost their jobs [the next season] and we are working very well to find the best solutions and use them".

"It is a short career", Ake said, as quoted on the Bournemouth Echo.

"The decision to come here was to be able to play more games which is important for me and that is why I came here", he said.

"There are no guarantees anywhere that you are going to get in the team, that's 100 per cent". Trust the club. Then work very hard to know that to play at this level you must be stronger - and very good.

The United boss was furious with Conte after the later told his Chelsea players to avoid a "Mourinho season" following their title triumph a year ago.

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