Relationship between Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and defender David Luiz is said to be beyond repair and the Brazilian international will once again leave Blues this January, according to reports from Daily Mirror. The Premier League champions are said to have reached the decision to sell the centre-back during winter with several clubs already
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte refuted suggestions he is not telling the full story over David Luiz’s prolonged absence from the first-team picture. David Luiz has not played for the Premier League champions since a dreadful performance in the dismal 3-0 Champions League loss at Roma at the end of October – a result that
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is confident Andreas Christensen is capable of replacing the suspended David Luiz for a key triple-header that includes a clash with title rivals Manchester City. David Luiz received his first-ever Premier League red card with three minutes remaining of Sunday’s 0-0 home draw against rivals Arsenal for a high challenge on
Tottenham need to find a way of breaking down Chelsea’s midfield ‘impenetrable force field’ and get at their back three (especially David Luiz) if they are to enjoy success at White Hart Lane, claims Ian Wright. The former Arsenal striker believes the Blues, despite being on a 13-game winning streak, remain vulnerable at the back.
Antonio Conte has confirmed David Luiz will start for Chelsea in Friday’s Premier League encounter with Liverpool and is confident the Brazil international will be ready. The centre-back re-joined Chelsea from Paris Saint-Germain in the closing hours of the transfer window, but Conte was quick to stress he would need time to adapt to his
David Luiz has completed his deadline-day return to Chelsea from Paris Saint-Germain. Chelsea confirmed earlier on Wednesday that they had agreed a deal with PSG to bring Luiz back to Stamford Bridge. And the Brazil defender has now completed personal terms with Chelsea and passed a medical, putting pen to paper on an three-year contract.
If the former Atletico Madrid striker decides to leave Chelsea, David Luiz says he would be welcome at Paris Saint-Germain Former Chelsea defender David Luiz says Diego Costa would be welcome to join him at Paris Saint-Germain. Some reports have suggested Costa could be on the move from Chelsea, with his former coach Diego Simeone