Conte is allegedly growing frustrated at the board's resitance to meet Everton's asking price for the in-demand Romelu Lukaku, having made the Belgian striker his primary transfer target with Diego Costa set to leave.
It remains to be seen what the immediate future holds for Conte, but Chelsea will be desperate not to lose him or otherwise face a frantic chase for a new manager less than two months before the new season kicks off in early August. "I can't say how many but they exist".
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Steele said the once-beloved Jello pitchman and "America's Dad" even referred to himself as a "dirty old man". But District Attorney Kevin Steele said those inconsistencies were minor and little more than a distraction.
Atletico Madrid can not resign him this summer as they are under a Federation Internationale de Football Association ban, while Costa risks the Spain axe if he goes to China.
Costa scored 43 goals in 94 league appearances for Atletico before Chelsea triggered his £32 million buy-out clause in the summer of 2014. However, they can still make signings and loan them elsewhere until then.
That's the date Chelsea are due to return to their Cobham base for pre-season training.
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Maclin's first practice with the Ravens on Wednesday was quiet in one regard. "But at the same time it's a business. Maclin had 44 catches for 536 yards and two touchdowns while battling a groin injury over 12 games last season.
"To be honest, right now that is very hard", Jair said.
Costa was heavily linked with a move to the Chinese Super League in January, but the striker remained at Stamford Bridge despite a reported fallout with Conte about the transfer speculation.
"He is a Palmeirense [fan] even though me and my father support Sao Paulo". "That is very hard because next year is the World Cup and Diego wants to be there".
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USA secretary of state Rex Tillerson spoke by telephone with his Omani counterpart, Oman state news agency reported. May's office said she spoke with the kings of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain and the emir of Qatar on Thursday evening.
The Spain global, 28, smashed in 20 goals to help the Blues secure their second Premier League title in three years last season.
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