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Chelsea coach Antonio Conte ready to raid Arsenal for their star player Alexis Sanchez

Chelsea coach Antonio Conte ready to raid Arsenal for their star player Alexis Sanchez

- Premier League leaders Chelsea want Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez at Stamford bridge next season

- Sanchez has refused to sign a new deal at the Emirates, and the Blues want to tempt him with a mega deal

- Chelsea will also sell striker Michy Batshuayi for them to possibly land Sanchez

Premier League club Chelsea are reportedly interested in bringing Arsenal striker Alexis Sanchez to Stamford bridge at the end of the ongoing League season in England.

Antonio Conte ready to raid Arsenal for their star player

Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez

According to the report, the Blues are ready to sell striker Michy Batshuayi after just a season at the club and replace him with Alexis Sanchez.

Since Michy Batshuayi's £33 million move from French side Marseille, he has failed to impress the Blues' selectors as he is yet to start any Premier League game this term due to the impressive form of Spanish forward Diego Costa.

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Chelsea coach Antonio Conte who is favorite to win the Premier League title this season wants the 28-year-old Chilean professional footballer to lead his attack next season in the UEFA Champions League.

Antonio Conte ready to raid Arsenal for their star player

Chelsea coach Antonio Conte

Sanchez has refused to sign a new deal at the Emirates stadium, and Chelsea chiefs are now ready to explore the opportunity and lure him to Stamford bridge in the summer.

Antonio Conte is also said to be keeping close tab on Torino forward Andrea Belotti and Swansea's Fernando Llorente should he fail to land Sanchez.

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