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There was no transfer talk when I spoke to Sanchez — Conte

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Alejandro Castrejon | Enero 13, 2018, 22:12

Both have since accused the other of constantly moaning about the injuries their teams have suffered.

"I wouldn't blame Conte for taking the lid off his own anger with Mourinho and I thought he described him perfectly as "a little man"," he said. "Maybe once again he just wants to divert the attention from his team". We are talking about young players.

But the clown remark was floated towards Conte at his next press conference.

"I think that would be ridiculous", guest Ali Maxwell said.

"I don't think Ross [Barkley] was his first choice", Wright told Sky Sports' The Debate.

"Caitlin is one of the most explosive and exciting players in the world", said Thorns FC head coach Mark Parsons. He still has a two-year contract, but will stay with us for a long time.

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Conte and Mourinho's rivalry has exploded this season, with the pair exchanging barbs over the past week.

Conte was suspended for four months during 2012-13 for failing to report match-fixing while at Siena, a charge he has always denied. His nous possibly more valued in a hostile environment than the physical talents offered by his teammate.

The Daily Mail has reported that Spanish club Sevilla want to sign Chelsea forward Michy Batshuayi on loan before the January transfer window closes.

The Italian has been linked with a return to the club, however the Blues do not see him as an option. "It's very simple", Conte said earlier in the season. "In the end, they're bound to build a decent side".

That will have stung. Listen to the latest episode and subscribe to the podcast on Deezer and iTunes. United recently has lacked the sort of cohesion that is the mark of a great side.

The Italian coach is being tipped to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season, despite making a huge impact on the club. Conte's just doing what Mourinho used to do. Since taking control of the Blues back in 2003 the Russian billionaire has stormed his way through a lorry load of gaffers, ranging from Claudio Ranieri to Roberto Di Matteo, and Jose Mourinho to Avram Grant. "What I was trying to say is that I behave bad a few times and this moment I control myself better".