Chelsea signed four outfield players during the summer – Michy Batshuayi, N’Golo Kante, Marcos Alonso and David Luiz, and then Portuguese goalkeeper Eduardo.
According to The Sun, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte wants to have more control in the handling of Chelsea’s transfers. Conte is unhappy with certain summer signings and lack of replacements for first-team outgoings during winter window, The Sun reports.
The signings of Michy Batshuayi and David Luiz weren’t Conte’s choices, and although one has gone on to prove his worth, the manager reportedly wants more control in what goes in the transfer department.
According to The Times, the Italian wants alterations to the Blues’ policy of buying and selling and not have players forced on him.
The report also claims Conte is unhappy that Chelsea lost three first team players in Branislav Ivanovic, John Obi Mikel and Oscar, without signing replacements.