Conte tries to persuade Mertens for Inter moveChelsea transfer target Dries Mertens has been contacted by Inter boss Antonio Conte in an attempt to persuade him of a move to the Serie A club.According to Corriere Dello Sport, the former Chelsea boss has been in direct contact with the 33-year-old who has been widely touted with a move away from Napoli at the end of the current campaign.
Champions League fans around the world can buy online Champions League Tickets to enjoy its stunning performances.Inter have reportedly offered Mertens a two-year contract worth €5m per season, whilst Frank Lampard and Chelsea are yet to make an official offer for the forward.However, Lampard is said to have been in contact with the 33-year-old about a potential move to Stamford Bridge.
Any move for the forward will most likely be on a short-term deal for Chelsea who has a strict policy on offering long-term deals to players over the age of 30.Abramovich second-richest Premier League owner in Rich List rankingsThe latest Sunday Times Rich List rankings see Chelsea’s Roman Abramovich as the second most wealthy owner of a Premier League club.Only Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi Group (£23.3bn) ranks higher than the Chelsea owner who boasts a wealth of £10.16bn.The 53-year-old transformed Chelsea into one of the wealthiest clubs in world football when he arrived at Stamford Bridge in 2003 and has enjoyed much success since.Elsewhere on the rankings list, Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kronke ranks third with £6.8bn, and Spurs’ Joe Lewis ranks seventh with a wealth of £3.9bn.UEFA reveals Champions League plan that will impact ChelseaUEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has provided a positive update on the future of this season’s Champions League and Europa League competitions that are still to be completed.Chelsea has very slim hopes of progressing past Bayern Munich after suffering a 3-0 defeat at home.
However, a second-leg must take place for Chelsea to officially be eliminated from the tournament and the latest UEFA update has outlined how that might happen.“We have a concrete plan of finishing the European season," Of course, this summer we will have to play without spectators at the stadiums.
I think the majority of leagues will finish the season.
The ones who will not, it’s their decision.