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Revealed: Antonio Conte says how many more players he will sign this summer


Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he could sign three more players to fight for this season's Premier League title.

The Blues have already secured the services of Belgium international Michy Batshuayi.

They are expected to add N'Golo Kante this weekend after the Frenchman rejected a new contract with Leicester City.

"In the coming days we can buy one, two, three - players," Conte told reporters.

"Players that can reinforce us for the season, as it will be very tough.

"[Pressure?] I'm not afraid of the club sacking me, it's not the most important thing.

"That is to work and give an identity to my team, bring my ideas of football, my passion. Then the club must evaluate the work.

"The situation is different to when I arrived at Juventus. Then, they hadn't won anything for many years."

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