Chelsea plot double swoop for 2 premier league stars

Taylor Byrd
July 30, 2017

If they don't win the title, it's not a tragedy. He knows a lot about me and I'm sure we will have a good relationship.

"We don't have to go and spend £20, £30m, £40m on a player and obviously that homegrown player has an affinity with the club that a player we buy doesn't".

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The departures of former captain and defender John Terry, Nathan Ake and Nathaniel Chalobah have depleted the Stamford Bridge outfit of domestic representation and the club's authorities are said to be keen on recruiting the aforementioned English duo in order to restore parity.

It was a natural step up for the attacking midfielder following a fine season in the Championship, where he spent the first half of the season with Rotherham before joining Huddersfield to supercharge their Premier League promotion bid. For this reason we must pay great attention.

"Walker-Peters is a top player", he said.

The 23-year-old has scored 94 goals in his last three seasons and a phenomenal 35 last campaign, despite having two separate ankle ligament injuries that kept him out for a total of three months.

Conte has defended his policy when it comes to youngsters trying to break into the first team and suggested that Chelsea is not the ideal place for them to do so.

"He said he's been watching me since I was 17, throughout the Chelsea youth ranks".

"I don't think the landscape has changed".

"I tell you only one thing - if a young player is good and strong, why not (let him play)?" he said.

Then, Levy starts talking about player acquisitions, and things get kinda amusing. 'We need to win the league every year, so there is a lot of expectancy and a lot of criticism if young players have one bad game.

"Every team has to understand what their ambitions are".

The Premier League Golden Boot victor two seasons in a row, Kane has dispelled any myths that he is a one-season wonder.

-Mauricio Pochettino on refusing to be sent off in the second half " I need to watch again the replay to see if there is a foul or no on Kevin Wimmer, but it's a lack of concentration.

"Of course I'd love to play for England this year, but that's not something I'm saying I'm going to set myself to do".

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