Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has revealed he will make some possible transfers in January.
Having started life in the Premier league with a bang, the Italian boss is set to hold talks with Chelsea board over possible transfer reinforcements in the January window.
Following their 11th straight victory over Crystal Palace last Saturday, the Blues are now seven points clear off their rivals on the league table after 16 games. And the club owner, Roman Abramovich has impressed with their performances so far and now willing to give Conte a considerable large transfer war chest in a bid to improve the squad as they go on another tile challenge in the second part of the season.
When asked about his January plans, the 47-year-old boss told the club’s website: “We must be very pleased for the achievement we have reached now, but it is logical that I look with my club for a solution to arrive in a good position at the end of the season,
“I don’t know what will happen in January but in this situation it is important to talk with my club – we have a fantastic relationship – but I have my idea and I prefer to discuss this with the club.”
Chelsea is set to lose Oscar to the Chinese League side, Shanghai SIPG while future of the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Michy Batshauyi and John Terry still remain uncertain.