Cesc Fabregas pays tribute to Antonio Conte BEFORE Chelsea confirm sacking

Cesc Fabregas pays tribute to Antonio Conte BEFORE Chelsea confirm sacking

Cesc Fabregas pays tribute to Antonio Conte BEFORE Chelsea confirm sacking

Conte spent two seasons in charge of the Premier League club, leading them to the title in his first year.

Conte, 48, had returned to full pre-season training at the start of the week despite huge uncertainty surrounding his future at the club, but with one year left on his contract the Blues have made a decision to relieve the Italian tactician from his duties in west London.

The news has now been confirmed by Chelsea, who are widely expected to appoint Maurizio Sarri as their new head coach following his departure from Napoli.

"Chelsea Football Club and Antonio Conte have parted company", the club said in a terse statement.

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Chelsea FC finished in fifth spot in the Premier League table last season to miss out on a Champions League spot.

"Thank you boss", Terry wrote on Twitter. "I wish you every success in the future".

Terry, who won the title with Conte in 2016/2017 campaign, took to Instagram to pay tribute to his old boss.

Conte regularly questioned the club's ambition and dealings in the transfer window and departs after failing to guide the Blues into next season's Champions League.

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Antonio had reported for three days of pre-season training with the senior side this week, due to complications between Napoli and the West London club in reaching an agreement over compensation for Sarri.

The Spanish midfielder's found playing time hard to come by under the Italian, but has admiringly fought for his place instead of pushing for a move elsewhere in the two seasons they spent together.

"If Chelsea are paying him even more, I can understand that too".

In May, Napoli appointed Carlo Ancelotti to replace Sarri amid speculation that the latter could take the Chelsea job.

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