Antonio Conte returns to take Chelsea training

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Chelsea's players remain unclear on who will take training when the technical work begins.

Italian newspaper Tuttosport claim Chelsea are preparing a £50m bid for the 26-year-old on Sarri's orders, with Jorginho having grown extremely close to his old manager and become an integral part of "Sarri-ball". However, a contractual dispute with Napoli has reportedly prevented Chelsea from snapping Sarri up, leaving Conte at the helm after he regularly challenged the hierarchy's authority with comments about their transfer policy in the most recent campaign.

Chelsea have completed their first sessions of pre-season training, and amazingly, have done so under the watchful eye of Antonio Conte.

Numbers were diminished due to several players' involvement in Russian Federation, but those who didn't feature in Russian Federation were put through their paces with fitness and stretching exercises.

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The Italian giants want to strengthen their back-line ahead of next season and with Ancelotti known to be an admirer of Luiz, it seems he is willing to make efforts to lure him away from Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea's transfer business has been stalled, with the transfer window for Premier League clubs now being set at August 9, giving them four more weeks to bolster their squad. The release is likely to cost the Blues a package of around £8m this summer.

Chelsea have alternative options in place should the talks with Sarri collapse, with ex-Paris Saint-Germain head coach Laurent Blanc likely to be the next in line to take charge.

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