The blues impressive boss Antonio Conte is said to have rejected an offer of a superb € 25-million-a-year to join a Chinese Super League club as the winter transfer window is still not closed in the Far East.
It was reported by Sky Italia (via goal.com) that the Italian coach has received an offer from an undetermined Chinese club this morning, but he reportedly decided to turn the offer down.
It is quite understandably that the former Juventus coach has decided not to accept to move to China despite another huge bid coming from the emerging Asian football league.
Despite an unimpressive ending last term, Antonio Conte’s Chelsea is impressing so much so far this season and the team deserves being regarded as the best team in the English Premier League this term.
The Stamford Bridge club are still the Premier League table leaders and are also still nine points above second-placed Tottenham Hotspur. They managed to snatch a 1-1 draw at Anfield against Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool last Tuesday, sharing one point with title challengers Arsenal who also lost 2-1 at home at hands of Watford.
Chelsea boss Conte moved to Chelsea last summer signing a contract which expires in June 2019. Chelsea management will sure want to keep him due to his impressive performances.