Antonio Conte came to Chelsea with the intention of turning things around at the west London club, after Guus Hiddink got them to a respectable 10th spot finish in the Premier League table last season. The Blues will want to erase the memories of the previous campaign and will now try to focus on the task ahead, with the former Juventus boss planning to make things right and get the club back on track.
The Italian manager has a list of players that he would like to see at Stamford Bridge in his starting eleven for the upcoming season and will now try to sign them. Keeping in mind his connections to Serie A, the manager could look back at some of the players that he worked with in Turin.
Here are three such players who worked under Conte previously at Juve and could now leave the club, in order to join the west London side, this summer:
3. Kwadwo Asamoah:
The 27 year old Ghana international could add some quality to the Chelsea midfield and knows exactly what his manager expects from him. He is well versed with the tactics of the Italian boss, as he has played under him for quite some time. It will be interesting to see whether the move does materialize or not, though there have been claims that the London based club are quite interested in signing their target. Asamoah could be an asset to the club if he does move to England.