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Antonio Conte has made it clear that he isn’t the one in charge of the transfer happenings at Stamford Bridge, as the boss has distanced himself from the recent signings done by the club.

The Italian also had a transfer wrangle with former club Juventus, and has voiced out severally about Chelsea’s transfer policy.

Conte thinks he has bad luck in getting his clubs sign him quality players and joked that he could ask other managers to teach him the trick.

“I don’t know. I don’t know, I don’t know. I don’t know,” Conte said. “Usually? Usually in my experience, I think I reached the best results possible with the players that I have to work with I think that I’m the type of coach who, if I have a player who is six, I bring him to an eight.

“If I have a player who is eight, I take him to ten. I’m this type of coach.

“I don’t know, but my task is to try and improve every single players, in every aspect. About mentality also. About the desire, the will to fight, and the tactical aspects. Yes. My task is this. For this, I’m very good.

“I think I’m a bit of a disaster to convince the club to buy the players,” he quipped. “I think in this aspect I can improve a lot. I have to learn a lot from the other coaches, the other managers, in that aspect. I can learn a lot in that aspect.”

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