- Antonio Conte has warned Chelsea management not to sell Costa, Hazard and Courtois
- The Italian manager has threatened to quit should the club sell these three players at the end of the season.
- There are strong indications that these trio might leave the Blues this summer
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has reportedly threatened to quit his position at the Premier League club if the Blues' chiefs should sell the trio of Eden Hazard, Diego Costa, and Thibaut Courtois at the end of the ongoing season.
Spanish club Real Madrid are said to be interested in signing Eden Hazard and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois this summer.
NAIJ.com also understands that the club would sell Spanish striker Diego Costa at the end of the ongoing Premier League season.
The 47-year-old Italian manager has explained that losing these three players at the end of the season will be disastrous for Chelsea's campaign next term.
''If I must stay at Chelsea, then Hazard, Costa and Courtois must work with me next season because they are part of what we have achieved this season.
''It is not easy living here alone without my family and since they are not here with me, then I must be happy with I do,'' he explained
Italian club Inter Milan have made an offer for Antonio Conte to return to Italy and losing these three players could persuade him to face the exit doors at Stamford bridge.