The Sun says Chelsea are set to appoint Maurizio Sarri as their new boss after reaching a £9.5million agreement to terminate the contracts of Conte and his backroom staff. The Belgian worldwide was also a target for Antonio Conte, who failed to convince the West Londoners to sign him for last two summer transfer windows.
Sarri's move for Martusciello will see the pair reunite at Stamford Bridge after spending time together at Empoli, prior to Sarri's departure for Napoli's top job in 2015.
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But at least he had some success during his time in west London, winning the Premier League in 2017 and the FA Cup a year later.
Indeed, the Telegraph are reporting that he is eager to sign a player who Conte tried to bring to Chelsea - twice.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly expressed an interest in the CSKA Moscow forward and was present to watch him in action against Austria in a friendly earlier this month.
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A few moments later he finally chose to leave, kicking a ball away with his left foot before limping away beside the team doctor. For Neymar or any other player for Brazil , the pressure is always there, this is expected.
Vecino is known to Martusciello after making the move to Inter last summer, where his technical ability and energetic performances caught the eye during his 31 appearances for the Serie A side last season, which yielded three goals and two assists. The 22-year-old performed admirably but succumbed to errors in crunch games which proved to be Chelsea's weak link throughout the season.
The Mirror UK reports that Sarri wants to make Mertens his first signing as Chelsea manager.
Mertens offered a reminder of what he is capable of at the FIFA World Cup on Monday, netting a stunning volley for his country in their 3-0 win over Panama.
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He added: "When we succeed with Argentina , everyone takes credit for it but when Argentina loses, it's always Leo's fault". She gave him some advice to try and help him have fun in what's most likely his final World Cup.