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"Antonio Conte is a big fan" - Chelsea have made a move to sign reliable goalscorer


Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is reportedly a big fan of Sevilla winger Vitolo and is weighing up a transfer swoop for him this summer, Metro has revealed.

According to the article, the Italian wants a right-footed attacker who can play on the left-hand side of the Chelsea offensive department.

The 27-year-old has been linked with a number of top European clubs so far this summer including Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.

But at the start of the month he made it clear that he wants to continue at Sevilla.

"Manchester City is a great team that has grown in recent years but, for the time being, there is nothing with this team," he told La Provincia.

"I don't know what will happen as not only Atletico is interested, there are other teams. We will see what happens.

"I have not made a decision yet. Moreover, I have a contract with Sevilla, a club I have great respect for.

"Of course I'm flattered that a team like Barcelona is monitoring me, but those teams follow many players.

"The truth is that the day I leave Sevilla I will be very sad. I will be eternally grateful to the club for all the love they have given me and my family."

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